Essentials of Practical Real Estate Law

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Cengage Learning, Dec 7, 2007 - Law - 432 pages
This Essentials edition of Practical Real Estate Law employs the same user-friendly approach in introducing important real property law concepts. This concise, yet thorough version focuses just on the most critical areas of real estate law. Students will be given the same exposure to case summaries that allow them to practice their analytical skills and see how concepts are applied in practice. The text also includes case problems that reinforce the content and real-life examples that make the material accessible. The numerous forms and checklists also facilitate understanding of each concept and ensure the student is well prepared to work as a professional in this practice area.
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Contents

Introduction to the Law of Real Property
1
Concurrent Ownership
16
Encumbrances Easements and Licenses
26
Contracts
45
Deeds
113
Legal Aspects of Real Estate Finance
132
Title Examinations
187
Title Insurance
205
Real Estate Closing Forms and Examples
287
Condominiums and Cooperatives
343
Surveys and Land Descriptions
376
Leases
408
Answers to SelfStudy Examinations
447
Glossary
463
Index
469
Copyright

Real Estate Closings
261

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About the author (2007)

Best-selling author Daniel F. Hinkel, J.D., is recognized for his legal treatises and textbooks in the area of real estate law. Mr. Hinkel is the retired legal counsel for VOYA Investment Management, LLC. At VOYA, he was the manager of a legal department that handled VOYA's real estate transactions in the United States, Canada and Chile. Mr. Hinkel served as a real estate instructor for more than twenty years with the National Center for Paralegal Training in Atlanta, Georgia. He is a former member of the Task Force for Paralegal Regulation for the State Bar of Georgia and former chair of the ABA Standing Committee on Legal Assistants and the Approval Commission for Paralegal Legal Studies Programs. Mr. Hinkel received his Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree from the University of Illinois. In addition to this best-selling text for paralegals, Mr. Hinkel has written several other books covering real estate law and procedure as well as real estate sales contracts, title examinations and closings, eminent domain and construction mechanics for Georgia.

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