Property Law: Cases and Commentary, 4th Edition is a thorough and up-to-date introduction to property law in Canada. This casebook explores historical, contemporary, and emerging ideas through authoritative commentary and carefully edited case law. This edition has been significantly updated and reorganized to deliver more in-depth coverage of issues pertaining to gender, race, and social inequality. Additionally, coverage of Indigenous perspectives has been increased throughout the entire text, including discussion of traditional common law ideas about property in the context of Aboriginal title to land. Other major updates focus on possession, leases, equity in relation to transfers of land, and easements and covenants. The accuracy and comprehensiveness of this text is sure to equip readers with a solid understanding of the critical contexts and legal principles that impact property law.