Real property Law

Part A:
Notionally, no one owns property under the doctrines of tenure and estates. It is possession, rather than ownership, that attracts. Discuss.
Part B:
The decision in Mabo (No 2) v Queensland (1992) 175 CLR 1 is one of the most significant decisions in Australian legal history. Its impact upon the doctrines on tenure and estates has been profound. Discuss.

Submit one (1) document with both Parts A and Part B.
Word Count: 2,000 words (+/- 10%). Break-down of the word weighting (as a guide):
Part A: 750-900 words
Part B: 750-900 words
Intro/Conclusion 250 words
Word count is exclusive of: headings, footnotes, Bibliography, cover-page and contents.
Referencing: AGLC Compliant
Format: Must use headings. Bibliography required. A contents page is optional. No abstract.
Sources: Balanced mix of primary and secondary sources
Format: Answers may be presented in either a traditional essay or as a memorandum of advice

MUST BE AGLC compliant