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This highly respected and widely used casebook — long recognized by both students and instructors as one of the best available for any course — continues to offer a dynamic and distinctive introduction to the law of property. Carefully preserving the excellent foundation created by original authors the late Jesse Dukeminier and James Krier, PROPERTY, Sixth Edition, incorporates a wealth of new material.
What makes PROPERTY such an ideal casebook?
Changes for the Sixth Edition reflect meticulous updating:
Visit the companion website for Property, Sixth Edition, where you can find more information about the book and authors.
|List of Illustrations|
|Preface to the Fifth Edition|
|From the Preface to the First Edition|
|Pt. I||An Introduction to Some Fundamentals||1|
|Ch. 1||First Possession: Acquisition of Property by Discovery, Capture, and Creation||3|
|Ch. 2||Subsequent Possession: Acquisition of Property by Find, Adverse Possession, and Gift||107|
|Pt. II||The System of Estates (Leaseholds Aside)||195|
|The Nature of the Judicial Process||196|
|Ch. 3||Possessory Estates||197|
|Ch. 4||Future Interests||269|
|Ch. 5||Co-ownership and Marital Interests||339|
|Pt. III||Leaseholds: The Law of Landlord and Tenant||443|
|Ch. 6||Tradition, Tension, and Change in Landlord-Tenant Law||445|
|Pt. IV||Transfers of Land||557|
|Ch. 7||The Land Transaction||559|
|Ch. 8||Title Assurance||661|
|Pt. V||Land Use Controls||745|
|Ch. 9||Judicial Land Use Controls: The Law of Nuisance||747|
|Ch. 10||Private Land Use Controls: The Law of Servitudes||781|
|Ch. 11||Legislative Land Use Controls: The Law of Zoning||951|
|Ch. 12||Eminent Domain and the Problem of Regulatory Takings||1093|
|Table of Cases||1239|
Posted April 8, 2010
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