Real and Personal Property; Possession of Unowned and Owned Goods; Inter Vivos Gifts; Gifts Causa Mortis; Adverse Possession; Present Estates in Land; Future Interests; Rule Against Perpetuities; Rule in Shelley's Case; Doctrine of Worthier Title; Destructibility of Contingent Remainders; Restraints on Alienation; Marital Estates; Concurrent Ownership; Landlord and Tenant; Easements; Covenants Running with the Land; Real Estate Brokers; Contracts for the Sale of Land; Marketable Title; Equitable Conversion; Discrimination in the Sale and Rental of Property; Deeds; Recording System; Title Covenants; Title Insurance; Mortgages; Water; Oil and Gas; Support; Airspace; Fixtures; Waste; Land Use.
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