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Cases and Materials on Property, an Introduction to the Concept and the Institution / Edition 3
     

Cases and Materials on Property, an Introduction to the Concept and the Institution / Edition 3

by Charles Donahue, Peter W. Martin, Thomas E. Kauper, Peter W. Martin, Thomas E. Kauper
 

ISBN-10: 0314009310

ISBN-13: 9780314009319

Pub. Date: 12/28/1992

Publisher: West Academic Publishing

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780314009319
Publisher:
West Academic Publishing
Publication date:
12/28/1992
Series:
American Casebook Series
Edition description:
3rd ed
Pages:
1248
Product dimensions:
7.50(w) x 10.00(h) x 2.00(d)
Age Range:
18 Years

Table of Contents

Preface v
Introduction vii
Acknowledgments xiii
Table of Cases xxxiii
PART I. WHAT IS PROPERTY? OWNERSHIP, POSSESSION, RIGHTS IN LAND AND THEIR CONSEQUENCES
Establishing the Distinction Between MEUS and TUUS
2(105)
Occupancy, The Source of "Property"?
2(36)
Some Legal Consequences of the Label "Possession" (Herein of Jus Tertii)
38(25)
Adverse Possession
63(44)
The Concept of Property---A Digression
107(108)
Introduction---What Is Property?
107(12)
The Occupation Theory
119(1)
The Labor Theory
120(12)
The Utilitarian Theory
132(14)
The Personality Theory
146(26)
The Marxist Attack and the Liberal Response---Herein of Property Rights vs. Civil Rights
172(43)
The Possession/Ownership of Land and the Allocation of Natural Resources---An Introduction to Rights and Remedies
215(104)
The Basic Building Blocks
215(29)
Particular Natural Resources
244(75)
PART II. THE TRANSFER OF PROPERTY INTERESTS
The Conveyance and What You Can Convey
319(253)
Gifts of Personal Property---The Policy of Formality vs. Intent
319(27)
Introduction to Conveyancing and Estates in Land
346(38)
The Common Law System of Estates in Land and Future Interests
384(65)
Estates in Land and the Policy Against Undue Restraints on Alienation
449(56)
Estates in Land and the Family
505(67)
A Survey of the Modern Land Transaction
572(91)
Introduction---Lawyers and Brokers
572(4)
The Purchase Agreement or Contract
576(14)
Two Key Elements in the Transaction---Financing and Title Assurance
590(57)
The Closing
647(2)
A Few Glimpses of the Conveyancing Process in Operation
649(14)
The Housing Problem---The Changing Law of Landlord and Tenant
663(189)
Introduction to Estates, Rent, and Some Contemporary Problems
663(11)
Creation of the Leasehold Estate
674(6)
Termination of the Leasehold Estate
680(53)
Rights and Obligations of Landlord and Tenant
733(69)
Direct Government Intervention in the Housing Market
802(34)
The Significance and Effect of Residential Landlord and Tenant Reform
836(16)
PART III. LAND USE
Limits on the Use of Land Resulting From Property Interests of Another
852(161)
Introduction
852(3)
Inherent Limits of the Fee Simple Absolute---Sic Utere Tuo ut Alienum Non Laedas
855(34)
Private Adjustments of the Use Rights Associated With the Fee
889(124)
Public Control of Land Use
1013(162)
Introduction
1013(1)
Public Nuisance
1013(14)
Zoning---An Introduction
1027(13)
Reasonable Means, Legitimate Purposes
1040(42)
Is It Regulation or a Taking?
1082(93)
Index 1175

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