Inside Property Law What Matters and Why

ISBN-10: 1454810963
ISBN-13: 9781454810964
Edition: 2nd 2011 (Student Manual, Study Guide, etc.)
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Description: A concise, clearly written and student-friendly guide, Inside Property Law:What Matters and Why reveals the essential components of property law andhow they fit together. An informal, approachable style clearly lays outintricate areas of property  More...

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List price: $44.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2011
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Law & Business
Publication date: 12/20/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 310
Size: 7.50" wide x 10.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

A concise, clearly written and student-friendly guide, Inside Property Law:What Matters and Why reveals the essential components of property law andhow they fit together. An informal, approachable style clearly lays outintricate areas of property law. Abundant pedagogical devices are designed toenhance understanding, including charts and visual aids as well as key termsthat are highlighted and defined in the text. Overviews briefly introducechapter topics within the context of the course and to convey to students whyeach matters. The straightforward answers to FAQs address common mistakes andmisconception, and Chapter Summaries remind students of the key points.Sidebars serve a variety of purposes, such as explaining terminology, offeringadditional insights, providing study tips, and lending practice pointers.“Connections,” brief sections at the end of each chapter, relate the materialacross chapters, showing students the interconnected structure of the law’sframework.The Second Edition presents a full discussion of the ALI's recentlyadopted Restatement (Third) of Property (Servitudes), aimed at bringinguniformity and clarity to servitudes law. As it is typically among the mostdifficult material in first-year property, this is a dramatic departure in theapproach to servitudes law. Revised coverage of the loan transaction betterexplains the mortgage crisis within the context of basic mortgage law. TheSecond Edition includes coverage of several states' adopting statutes tolimit local cities and towns' takings power for purposes of redevelopment.Hallmark features of Inside Property Law: What Matters and Whycomprehensive coverage of the fundamental themes of property lawapproachable, informal writing style from the authors of the popularworkbook, Estates in Land and Future Interestsclearly lays out intricate areas of property lawan abundance of pedagogical elementsoverviews introduce topics and convey to students why each matters ;FAQs that address common mistakes and misconceptionssidebarsexplaining terminologyoffering additional insightsproviding study tipslending practice pointerscharts and visual aidskey terms, highlighted and defined in the textChapter Summaries, to remind students of key points“Connections” at the end of each chapterconnect the material to topics in other chaptershighlight interconnected structure of the law’s frameworkThoroughly updated, the revised Second Edition presents:Discussion of the ALI's recently adopted Restatement (Third) of Property(Servitudes)typically among the most difficult material in first-year propertydramatic departure in the approach to servitudes.Revised coverage of the loan transactionexplains the mortgage crisis within the context of basic mortgage lawCoverage of several states' adopting statutes to limit local cities andtowns' takings power for purposes of redevelopment

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Summary of Contents
Property: Definition and Possession
Estates and Future Interests
Concurrent Ownership
Marital Interests and Community Property
Landlord-Tenant Law
The Real Property Purchase and Sale Transaction
The Real Property Loan Transaction
Protections
Easements, Covenants, and Servitudes
Land Use Controls
Table of Cases
Index

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