This essay reviews Legal and Equitable Property Rights by Professor John Tarrant. Through a focus on the meaning and content of 'equitable property', it is argued that the central thesis of Tarrant's book provides a valuable, alternative conception of equitable rights to that postulated by many leading scholars. However, while Tarrant's thesis is supported by authority and does much to challenge prevailing academic perspectives, it also has several limitations.
|Journal||Sydney Law Review|
|Publication status||Published - Jun 2020|