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Sum and Substance; Real Property by Professor Julian C. Jurgensmeyer

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Study Any Time, Anywhere, With the Top Law Professors in the Country. With Sum & Substance you get dynamic lectures from gifted law professors whose years of teaching experience enable them to express even the most complex ideas clearly and succinctly. Listen to lectures anywhere, at your convenience - while commuting, exercising, or even running errands.

Professor Julian C. Jurgensmeyer holds the Ben F. Johnson, Jr. Chair in Law at Georgia State University. After earning his A.B. summa cum laude with honors in political science from Duke University and his Certificat des Esudes Politiques as a Fullbright Scholar at the University of Bordeaux, France, Professor Jurgensmeyer received his JD with honors and Order of the Coif from Duke University School of Law. He also taught law at Duke University, Indiana University, University of California (Hastings), Tulane University, Louisiana State University and University of British Columbia and has earned worldwide recognition from numerous lectures, books and articles on Property Law, Environmental Law, Growth Management Law and Agricultural Law. Professor Juergensmeyer lectures on the Sum & Substance audio tapes on Property and Future Interests.

Real Property by Professor Jurgensmeyer presents the essentials of real property law in a clear, succinct, time-saving format.

Table of Contents
Introduction
1.Study Technique
2.Exam Taking Hints
3.Fragmentation of Ownership
4.Tenure
5.Estates in Land
-Fee Simple
-Fee Tail
-Life Estate
-Defeasible Estates
6.Future Interests
-Reversions
-Possibilities of Reverter
-Rights of Re-entry
-Vested & Contingent Remainders
-Executory Interests
7.Future Interest Doctrines and Rules
-Doctrine of Destructibility of Contingent Remainders
-Merger
-Rule in Shelley’s Case
-Doctrine of Worthier Title
-Rule Against Perpetuities
8.Restraints on Alienation
9.Personal Property Estates and Future Interests
10.Concurrent Estates
11.Accountability of Co-Tenants (ACT)
12.Marital Property Interests
13.Trivia Questions
14.Landlord and Tenant
-Nonfreehold Estates
-Leases
-Sublease and Assignment
-Contract Principles
-Waste
-Fixtures
15.Trivia Answers
16.Acquisition of Title
17.Adverse Possession
18.Prescription
19.Broker Listing Agreements
20.Land Sales Contracts
-Statute of Frauds
-Implied Provisions
-Risk of Loss (Equitable Conversion)
-Marketable Title
-Type of Deed
-Merger by Deed
-Duty of Disclose
-Implied Warranty of Marketability
21.Deeds
-Formalities
-Delivery
-Covenants of Title
22.The Recording System
23.Recording Acts
-Priorities
24.Recording Acts: Chain of Title
25.Recording System Reforms
-Curative Acts and Title Standards
-Marketable Title Acts
26.Nonpossessory Interests in Land and Private Land Use Controls
-Easements and Profits
-Licenses
-Real Covenants (Covenants Running with the Land)
-Equitable Servitudes
27.The Study of Personal Property Law
28.Introduction to the Law of Personal Property Terminology and Key Concepts
29.Acquisition of Title Through Funding Lost, Mislaid and Abandoned Property
30.Acquiring Title to Wild Animals
31.Bailments
32.Law of Gifts
33.Accession
34.Confusion