Most of the lead cases are post-1990 and many are post-2000 decisions. There is significant new coverage in most of important topics of the course: personal property; adverse possession; estates; concurrent interests; landlord-tenant; easements; restrictive covenants; real estate transactions; land use; and intellectual property. The focus of this casebook is the application of traditional property concepts in a distinctly modern context. It is designed for a four, five or six unit Property course.
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PART ONE THE NATURE AND DIVISION
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