A Short Historical Introduction to the Law of Real Property

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Beard Books, Aug 1, 2000 - Law - 232 pages
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Asserting that real property law can only be understood in the light of its historical evolution, the authors fulfill that need for the reader. In particular, the book enables first year law students to build a sound foundation for further study. Included are the methods of holding land - feudal tenures; estates in land; seisin, the real actions and adverse possession; incorporeal interests; and estates held in co-ownership.
 

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J. John Lawler was a professor at the University of Pittsburgh School of Law.

Gail Gates Lawler was a member of the Philadelphia Bar Association.

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