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Unformatted text preview: 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. Flights over private land normally violate the property owners rights. ANSWER: F PAGE: 963 TYPE: N 2. When a parcel of land is sold, and the land has growing crops, the sale does not include the crops, unless otherwise specified. ANSWER: F PAGE: 964 TYPE: = 3. One can only possess rights in real property, not the land itself. ANSWER: T PAGE: 964 TYPE: = 4. A periodic tenancy is created when a landlord rents his or her property to a tenant for as long as both shall agree. 231 232 TEST BANK 2UNIT TEN: PROPERTY ANSWER: F PAGE: 965 TYPE: = 5. Easements and profits are nonpossessory interests in land. ANSWER: T PAGE: 965 TYPE: N CHAPTER 48: REAL PROPERTY AND LANDLORD-TENANT RELATIONSHIPS 233 6. A profit is a right to go onto land in the possession of another and take away some part of the land or some product of the land. ANSWER: T PAGE: 965 TYPE: + 7. A warranty deed provides the most protection against defects of title. ANSWER: T PAGE: 968 TYPE: = 8. For a party to take by adverse possession, the partys possession must not be hostile to the true owners rights. ANSWER: F PAGE: 971 TYPE: N 9. A seller generally has a duty to disclose any known defect that materially affects the value of the property. ANSWER: T PAGE: 971 TYPE: N 10. Eminent domain refers to the ultimate right of an owner in fee simple ab- solute to transfer the property by will to whomever he or she wishes. ANSWER: F PAGE: 973 TYPE: N 11. The Constitution limits a governments exercise of its power of eminent domain. ANSWER: T PAGE: 973 TYPE: = 12. A lease should provide for the transfer of possession of the leased premises to the landlord at the end of the term. ANSWER: T PAGE: 976 TYPE: N 13. A property owner can legally discriminate against prospective tenants on the basis of religion. ANSWER: F PAGE: 976 TYPE: + 14. Generally, the law applies contract doctrines to the landlord-tenant relationship. 234 TEST BANK 2UNIT TEN: PROPERTY ANSWER: T PAGE: 976 TYPE: N 15. A tenant is not responsible for any damage to leased premises....
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