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Property; examples & explanations, 4th ed.


Property; examples & explanations, 4th ed.

Burke, Barlow and Joseph Snoe.

Wolters Kluwer Law & Business


644 pages




Introducing property law as "perhaps the least intuitive of all the required courses taught during the first year of law school," Barlow (American U. College of Law, Washington, DC) and Snoe (Samford U. Cumberland School of Law, Birmingham, AL) help students prepare for classes and examinations. This update of the 2008 study guide presents overview chapters with examples and accessible explanations in areas relating to personal property, possession, and adverse possession; common law estates and interests in real property; landlord-tenant law; transfers of land; private land use controls; and public land use controls. Aspen Publishers is now Wolters Kluwer Law & Business.

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