Real estate law in California
Bowman and Milligan provide a well-organized discussion of laws applicable to real-property ownership in California. An emphasis is planed on the practical aspects and theoretical concepts of the law. The rationale behind real estate law is explained by discussing the laws past and present states, while anticipating future changes.
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