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Common Property and the Age of Aquarius

Author: John Page Affiliation: Lecturer in Property Law, University of New England, Armidale
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Griffith Law Review, v19 n2 (2010): [172]-196
Database:Informit Humanities & Social Sciences Collection
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In this article, the institution of common property is considered from the perspective of the phenomenon of early 1970s Australian rural intentional communities. The article analyses the property structures adopted by these communities, and the extent to which some property structures successfully internalised common property rights and norms within the strictures of private fee simple title. It concentrates as a  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: John Page Affiliation: Lecturer in Property Law, University of New England, Armidale
ISSN:1038-3441
Language Note: English
Unique Identifier: 4808915435
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In this article, the institution of common property is considered from the perspective of the phenomenon of early 1970s Australian rural intentional communities. The article analyses the property structures adopted by these communities, and the extent to which some property structures successfully internalised common property rights and norms within the strictures of private fee simple title. It concentrates as a case study on the Northern Rivers region of New South Wales, the home of the 1973 Aquarius Festival and a 'Rainbow Region' for rural intentional communities. The article concludes by more broadly canvassing the implications of this Aquarian common property experiment for modern property, by exemplifying the transformation of an outdated private/public divide into diverse property variants with social and environmental resonance.

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