Property II

3 credit hours

Full-time students are required to take this course in the spring of their first year, and part-time students take it in the spring of their second year.

Property II continues coverage of basic property law concepts, including estates in land and future interests; joint and common tenancies; donative transfers; leases; landlord and tenant problems; oral and written real estate contracts; the law of vendor and purchaser; conveyancing and land use problems, with particular reference to the deed; the recording system; methods of title assurance; easements; restrictive covenants; water rights; and zoning and subdivision controls.

Prerequisite(s): Property I

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