Property


Law 207

4

First-Year

None

No

Yes

Property introduces estates in land and future interests, the doctrine of the use and the modern impact of English feudalism. Concurrent estates, landlord-tenant rights and remedies are covered along with land sale contracts; the statute of frauds, construction of contracts, equitable conversion, conveyance by deed; delivery, escrow, construction, the recording system and the chain of title. Other issues include adverse possession, title covenants and title insurance, the creation, scope, and termination of easements and covenants affecting land. Some attention is paid to regulation of the use of land; nuisance, zoning, subdivision, regulation, and eminent domain.


A. Brophy, J. Orth, D. Remus

Spring
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