The Oxford Introductions to U.S. Law: Property
The Oxford Introductions to U.S. Law: Property provides both a bird's eye overview of property law and an introduction to how property law affects larger concerns with individual autonomy, personhood, and economic organization. Written by two authorities on property law, this book gives students of property a coherent account of how property law works, with an emphasis on describing the central issues and policy debates. It is designed for law students who want a short and theoretically integrated treatment of the subject, as well as for lawyers who are interested in the conceptual foundations of the law of property.
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Original Acquisition and the Scope
The Domain of Property
Owners as Gatekeepers
Dividing Property Rights
Land Transactions and Title Records
Neighbors and Neighborhood Effects
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