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California Real Estate Law - 5 th Edition - by Huber & Tyler Bonus Quiz – Chapter 3 Copyright May 2005, Educational Textbook Company 1. An estate is an interest in real property that is, will be, or may become: a. possessory b. liened c. subject to sale d. personal property 2. A power of termination expires years after the deed granting the conditional fee was recorded, unless the power is preserved. a. 10 b. 20 c. 30 d. 40 3. An is an example of future interest. a. estate in remainder b. estate in reversion c. either a or b d. neither a nor b 4. A is not limited to a specific term. a. periodic tenancy b. term tenancy c. lease d. tenancy at will 5. The owner of the land benefited by an appurtenant easement is called the: a. dominant tenement b. servient tenant
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Unformatted text preview: c. dominant tenant d. servient tenement 6. With an easement in gross: a. there is no servient tenement b. there is no dominant tenement c. a piece of land is benefited d. a piece of land is not burdened 7. Which of the following is a way an easement may be terminated? a. Express termination b. Implied termination c. Estoppel d. All of the above 8. A trust deed would be an example of a(n): a. voluntary lien b. involuntary lien c. mechanics' lien d. general lien 9. Which of the following would be entitled to a mechanic’s lien? a. Architect b. Landscaper c. Plumber d. Any of the above 10. is the process of determining the value of property for tax purposes. a. Appraisal b. Ad valorem c. Assessment d. Apportionment...
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course REAL ESTAT 330 taught by Professor Hadley during the Spring '11 term at American College of Computer & Information Sciences.

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