Property: Examples & Explanations

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In response to popular demand from students, instructors, and bookstore managers, Aspen is proud to introduce this new entry the Examples & Explanations Series.

Burke and Snoe's Property: Examples and Explanations is a thorough, student-friendly review of the applications of property law in Aspen's popular 'E & E' format. Unlike any other study resource available, this book helps students optimize exam...

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Overview

In response to popular demand from students, instructors, and bookstore managers, Aspen is proud to introduce this new entry the Examples & Explanations Series.

Burke and Snoe's Property: Examples and Explanations is a thorough, student-friendly review of the applications of property law in Aspen's popular 'E & E' format. Unlike any other study resource available, this book helps students optimize exam preparation time with:

  • an eminently clear and readable text that demystifies an often daunting field
  • a proven effective Examples & Explanations pedagogy that lets students apply their knowledge and test their understanding of laws and concepts
  • a six-part organization and topical coverage that matches the best-selling casebook, PROPERTY, by Dukeminier and Krier, as well as most first-year property courses nationwide
  • generous use of charts, diagrams, and other visual aids, particularly in the coverage of common-law estates
  • a selection of cases that corresponds to most leading casebooks

If you want your students to be ready for exams, require or recommend the book that stresses applications of the law in a manner students can easily grasp - PROPERTY: Examples & Explanations.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780735519695
  • Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
  • Publication date: 3/1/1901
  • Series: Examples and Explanations Series
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 615
  • Product dimensions: 7.02 (w) x 9.82 (h) x 1.30 (d)

Table of Contents

SUMMARY OF CONTENTS

Part 1. Possession, Personal Property, and Adverse Possession
• The Law of Property
• Personal Property and Possession
• The Law of Finders and Prior Possessors
• Bailments
• Gifts
• Good Faith or Bona Fide Purchasers
• Fixtures
• Adverse Possession

Part 2. Common Law Estates and Interests in Real Property
• Common Law Estates
• Future Interests
• Some Special Rules of Construction
• The Rule Against Perpetuities
• Concurrent Interests
• Marital Estates

Part 3. The Law of Landlord and Tenant
• The Landlord and Tenant Relationship
• Transfers of the Lease
• Waste, Repair, and Destruction of Leased Premises
• Termination and Abandonment of the Lease
• Achieving Habitable Premises
• The Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment
• Premises Liability of Landlords
• The Holdover Tenant and Concluding Comments
• The Law of Waste

PART 4. Transfers of Land
• The Sales Contract
• Executory Period Issues
• Real Estate Closings
• Post-Closing Title Assurances
• The Recording Systems

PART 5. Private Land Use Controls
• Private Nuisance
• Creation of Encasements
• Assignability, Scope and Termination of Easements
• Real Covenants and Equitable Servitudes: Running With the Land
• Real Covenants and Equitable Servitudes: Common Schemes and Termination

PART 6. Public Land Use Controls
• Constitutional and Statutory Constraints on Zoning
• Variances, Special Exceptions, and Zoning Amendments
• Selected Challenges to Zoning Ordinances
• Takings

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