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Chapter 48 Real Property and Landlord-Tenant Relationships N.B.:   TYPE  indicates that a question is new, modified, or unchanged, as  follows. N A question  new  to this edition of the Test Bank. + A question  modified  from the previous edition of the Test Bank, = A question  included  in the previous edition of the Test Bank. TRUE/FALSE QUESTIONS 1. Limits on air or subsurface rights normally must be indicated on a deed or  other document transferring ownership of the land. ANSWER: T PAGE: 963 TYPE: N 2. The holder of a life estate does  not  have the right to mortgage the property. ANSWER: F PAGE: 964 TYPE: = 3. A tenancy for years is created when a lease does not specify its duration. ANSWER: F PAGE: 965 TYPE: N 4. A tenancy at will is created by an express contract by which property is  leased for a specified period of time. ANSWER: F PAGE: 965 TYPE: = 229
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230 TEST BANK 1—UNIT TEN: PROPERTY 5. Easements can be created by necessity. ANSWER: T PAGE: 966 TYPE: =
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CHAPTER 48: REAL PROPERTY AND LANDLORD-TENANT RELATIONSHIPS 231 6. A quitclaim deed warrants more than any other deed. ANSWER: F PAGE: 969 TYPE: = 7. In   most   states,   the   seller   of   a   new   house   warrants   that   it   is   fit   for  habitation. ANSWER: T PAGE: 970 TYPE: = 8. Adverse possession is a means of obtaining title to property without the  delivery of a deed. ANSWER: T PAGE: 971 TYPE: = 9. Taking   private   property   for   public   use   requires   the   payment   of   “just  compensation.” ANSWER: T PAGE: 973 TYPE: = 10. Privity of estate is required for the enforcement of a restrictive covenant. ANSWER: F PAGE: 973 TYPE: + 11. A property owner can legally discriminate against prospective tenants on  the basis of gender. ANSWER: F PAGE: 976 TYPE: + 12. A lease is  not  enforceable if the leased premises are to be used for an illegal  purpose. ANSWER: T PAGE: 976 TYPE: N 13. Under the covenant of quiet enjoyment, a landlord promises that a tenant  will  not  be disturbed in the possession of the premises. ANSWER: T PAGE: 976 TYPE: = 14. Constructive eviction occurs when a tenant moves off the premises in re- taliation against the landlord. ANSWER: F PAGE: 976 TYPE: +
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232 TEST BANK 1—UNIT TEN: PROPERTY 15. If the covenant of quiet enjoyment is breached, the tenant can sue the  landlord for damages. ANSWER: T PAGE: 976 TYPE: = 16. The implied warranty of habitability requires a tenant who does not plan to  use leased premises for a temporary period to notify the landlord.
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