Property II (1650)

Introduces basic concepts associated with real property transactions and title assurance methods. Covers land use controls imposed by courts (the law of nuisance), private agreements (servitudes), and legislative bodies (zoning). Surveys the law of eminent domain, with a focus on regulatory takings.

Grading: Exam

Prerequisite(s): Property I

Credits: 3

Offered: Spring

First-year required
Second-year required Courses

Subject Areas:
Bar Preparation
Poverty Law
Property Law:: edit ::

Taught by: Mark Edwards Jay Erstling Kenneth Port Colette Routel

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