The Law of Property: An Introductory Survey
Personal Property: Rights of Possessors, Rights of Finders, The Rule of Capture; Bailments; Gifts Including Bank Accounts; Possessions and Adverse Possession; Estates and Future Interests; Construction of Deeds and Wills Concerning Present Possessory Freehold Estates; Classification of Future Interests; Special Rules Governing Future Interests; Landlord and Tenant Law; Servitudes: Easements, Covenants, Equitable Servitudes; Nuisance; Legislative Control Over Land Use: Zoning; Takings Clause; Housing Discrimination; Cooperatives; Condominiums; Homeowners Associations; Vendor and Purchaser: Land Sale Contract; Evolution of the Modern Deed; Conveyancing by Deed; Assurance of Title; Real Estate Finance.
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Rights of Some Possessors
Gifts Including Bank Accounts
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