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Cryptocurrency: a question of ‘property’

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Topic:
Cryptocurrency: a question of ‘property’

Speakers:
The Hon Justice Ian Jackman, Federal Court of Australia
Sarah Hill, 4 Selborne Chambers (Chair)

Venue:
Recorded at the NSW State Library during June, 2024

Cryptocurrency has now been recognised as a kind of property in various common law jurisdictions, although the issue has not yet arisen in substantive proceedings in Australia, and much of the reasoning and commentary as to the particular nature of the property is open to question. This seminar examines that reasoning and seeks to demonstrate that longstanding High Court authority on the concept of 'property' should yield a clear answer in favour of the view that cryptocurrency is property, and as to the nature of that property.
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Speaker The Hon Justice Ian Jackman, Federal Court of Australia
Sarah Hill, 4 Selborne Chambers (Chair)
Venue Recorded at the NSW State Library
Date June, 2024
Length 1 hour
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