The Act is a complex statutory instrument which lawfully allows the interference of the proprietary rights of another owner's property. In essence, it legalises what has traditionally been at common law unlawful. With a practical structure that enables the reader to quickly understand the complexities of interpreting the Act challenging the myths and misunderstandings to provide clarity with propositional interpretations supported by clear and concise explanations and where appropriate, established legal precedents. The authors aim was to produce a book that would provide both students and experienced practitioner with a practical reference to eliminate future conflicting opinions.
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Published November 29, 2012
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