California real estate law: text & cases
Thomson/South-Western, Sep 28, 2007 - Business & Economics - 507 pages
This definitive text provides a balanced, detailed, and extremely practical statement of California real estate law. Revised and updated, the seventh edition includes current information on the many changes in real estate law including broker liability, landlord-tenant rights, hazardous waste along with added coverage of key topics such as seller disclosure laws and rent controls making this an essential reference. End-of-chapter questions have been expanded and two new comprehensive sample tests with answers and rational have been added. Numerous case study examples and coverage of commonly encountered areas of law further add to the value of Gordon's user-friendly approach you'll appreciate as a real estate professional. CALIFORNIA REAL ESTATE LAW, 7e. is a handy reference and a powerful learning tool.
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NATURE OF PROPERTY
JUDICIAL SYSTEM AND HISTORY
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