The subjects discussed in this outline are possession (including wild animals, bailments, and adverse possession), gifts and sales of personal property, freehold possessory estates, and future interests (including reversion, possibility of reverter, right of entry, executory interests, and rule against perpetuities). Also included are tenancy in common, joint tenancy, and tenancy by the entirety, condominiums, cooperatives, marital property, landlord and tenant, and easements and covenants. This outline also covers nuisance, rights in airspace and water, right to support, zoning, eminent domain, sale of land (including mortgage, deed, and warranties of title), and methods of title assurance
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G Rights of Owners
EASEMENTS AND COVENANTS
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A’s death action acts adverse possession apply assignment bailee bailment become possessory benefit breach burden buyer claim co-tenant common law condition subsequent constructive contingent remainders contract conveyance conveys Blackacre courts covenant created damages deed delivery divest doctrine duty easement enforce equitable servitude escrow eviction EXAM TIP executory interest fee simple determinable fee simple subject fee tail future interest gift give grantee grantor hold implied infra intent joint tenants land landlord lease liable limited mortgage notice nuisance owner parties permitted personal property possessor possibility of reverter premises prior privity of estate protect purchaser Q Example reasonable recorded remedy rent restraints on alienation reversion right of entry Rule Against Perpetuities Rule in Shelley’s rule of capture seisin seller servient spouse statute Statute of Frauds supra tenants in common terminate tion touch and concern transfer trust valid vested remainder void warranty zoning ordinance