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This concise work discusses most rules covered in real property casebooks. The text is divided into three sections. Part One provides an overview of property interests by covering lost v. mislaid v. abandoned property, adverse possession, gifts, common law estates, future interests, landlord-tenant law, concurrent ownership, marital property rights, easements, profits, licenses, real covenants, and equitable servitudes. Part Two covers conveyancing, including real estate brokers, contracts of sale, deeds, recording, title insurance, and mortgages. Part Three covers a variety of property rights and liabilities, including airspace, water rights, the right to support, agreed boundaries, fixtures, trespass, nuisance, and land use regulation.
A thorough overview of real estate finance covers the mortgage market, real estate financing devices, underlying obligations, transfers, and interest. Text also addresses reform. The rules are stated along with expert analysis of their underlying theories to enhance understanding of real estate finance.
Wild Animals and First Possession; Possession of Abandoned Personal Property; Other First Possessors and the Forms of Action; Prior Possession; Finders; Bailments; Good Faith Purchasers; Gifts of Personal Property; Joint Bank Accounts; Adverse Possession of Property; Accession and Confusion; Common Law Estates In Personality.
This work presents a thorough overview of the law of real estate finance. It covers introductory matters, the mortgage market, real estate financing devices, the underlying obligation, mortgaged property, transfer of both the mortgagor's interest and the mortgagee's interest, and financing cooperatives and condominiums. It reviews the government involvement in the financing process. In addition, the volume provides an expansive review of rights and obligations after default and before foreclosure, priorities and foreclosure. It covers the tax consequences of the acquisition, owning and disposition of real estate. Legal principles and relevant caselaw are stated along with their underlying theories to enhance understanding of the law of real estate finance.
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