Tuesday, May 1, 2012
I'm very happy to announce that Thomas Gibbons has agreed to guest blog here during the month of may. Thomas is a practising lawyer and occasional lecturer from Hamilton, New Zealand. He has a particular interest in applying ideas from property theory (gridlock, critiques of the bundle of rights, etc) to specific property law issues (such as leaky buildings and land-use consents). He has published articles and notes in a number of Australian law journals and recently written Unit Titles Law & Practice (LexisNexis, 2011), a book on the New Zealand Unit Titles Act.
You can check out his work website here.