(5) Real Estate Transactions
Wednesday, October 19, 2011
A.1. Today, real estate transactions frequently involve persons and businesses in
more than one state. Therefore, uniformity in the law of real estate transactions is
Labor and Investment
Wednesday, January 25, 2012
A. Possessions, Gifts, Finders
A.1. Original Rights to Property
A.1.a. Discovery: gives a person a claim to a property right; it does not give
ownership status. This ranks lower than possession and
Common Ownership of Residential Property: Concurrent
Wednesday, February 29, 2012
A. Varieties of Common Ownership
A.1. Property may be held by more than one person in many different ways.
A.1. Property rights may be shared as well as div
Estates in Land and Future Interests
Sunday, March 18, 2012
A. The Estates System (Historical Background and Rationale)
A.1. Division of Ownership Over Time
A.1.a. Landowners may own property in common in two ways.
They may own property c
Relations/Conflicts Among Neighbors
Tuesday, February 07, 2012
A. Roberton's Introduction
A.1. What we are moving towards is, once you own property, what can you do with it?
A.1. What are the limits to the rights associated with your ownership?
(4) Interests in Real Property
Friday, October 14, 2011
The three types we will focus on are easements, covenants, and licenses. These
types of rights are also called servitudes.
When we talk about th
Real Estate Transactions
Saturday, January 07, 2012
A. Structure of the Transaction
A.1. Attorney's Role
A.1.a. Attorneys may prepare real estate contracts, but in most states, brokers help the
parties fill in the blanks.
A.1.b. Most land sale con
Friday, August 26, 2011
1. Is a Lease a Conveyance or a Contract?
The early law did not recognize a lease as giving the tenant any interest in the leased
Procedures soon evolved to protec
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
A.1. Defining versus Defending Property Rights
A.1.a. Property rights serve "twin roles-as protector of individual rights against other
citizens, and as safeguard against excessive gover