Property- Davidson- Fall 2005- Index for outline- Anonymous- Grade A-

Property- Davidson- Fall 2005- Index for outline- Anonymous- Grade A-

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Unformatted text preview: Acquisition by Capture ………………………… 1 A. Rules B. Caves C. Migratory Resources D. Water 1. American Rule 2. Prior Appropriation 3. Riparian Rights Acquisition by Creation ………………………… 1 A. General Rule B. Copy Cats 1. Examples 2. Problems C. Property in One’s Persona 1. Right of Publicity 2. Example 3. Conversion D. Right to Include/Exclude Adverse Possession ........................................ 2 A. Requirements 1. Actual Entry 2. Open & Notorious 3. Adverse 4. Continuous B. Color of Title 1. Definition 2. Advantage 3. Disadvantage C. State of Mind 1. Objective 2. Good-Faith [minority] 3. Aggressive Trespass 4. Main v. Connecticut Doctrine D. Policy 1. Sleeping theory 2. Earning theory 3. Stability theory E. Disabilities Estate System …………………………. 3 A. Alienation 1. Definition 2. Objections to Restraints 3. Types of Restraints B. Present Possessory Estates 1. Fee Simple 2. Fee Simple Determinable 3. Fee Simple Subject to a Condition Subsequent 4. Fee Simple Subject to an Executory Limitation 5. Life Estate 6. Life Estate Per Autre Vie C. Future Interests in the Transferor 1. Reversion 2. Possibility of Reverter 3. Right of Entry D. Future Interests in the Transferee ………………… 4 1. Remainders in General 2. Vested a. Elements b. Types 3. Contingent a. Elements...
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