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Publisher: West
Published: 2014
Professor: Julian Juergensmeyer; Carol Necole Brown
Media: mp3 (730MB)

Download 12.25 hours of lecture by Professors Juergensmeyer and Brown in mp3 format and study Property anytime, anywhere. 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.

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Overview of Major Topics Covered:
Introduction to Property; Study Techniques; Exam Taking Hints; Fragmentation of Ownership; Tenure; Terminology; Estates in Land; Restraints on Alienation; Future Interests; Future Interest Doctrines and Rules; Estates and Future Interests in Personal Property; Concurrent Estates; Accountability of Co-Tenants; Statutorily Created, Concurrent Estates and Multiple Ownership; Marital Property Interests; Trivia Questions; Landlord and Tenant; Trivia Answers; Acquisition of Title; Adverse Possession; Prescription; Broker Listing Agreements; Land Sales Contracts; Deeds; The Recording System; Recording Acts; Chain of Title; Recording System Reforms; Nonpossessory Interests in Land and Private Land Use Controls; Right to Use and Enjoyment of Property; The Study of Personal Property Law; Introduction to the Law of Personal Property Terminology and Key Concepts; Acquisition of Title Through Finding Lost, Mislaid and Abandoned Property; Acquiring Title to Wild Animals; Bailments; Law of Gifts; Accession; Confusion; Introduction to Land Use Planning and Control Law; Zoning; Subdivision Control; Growth Management and Smart Growth; Eminent Domain

About the Professor:
Professor Julian C. Juergensmeyer has taught property law for 49 years at Indiana University, Tulane, Florida, Duke, Hastings and GSU, as well as numerous universities on five continents. He is the author of over 100 articles and books including the treatise/hornbook Land Use Planning and Development Regulation Law. He received his J.D. with honors and Coif from Duke University. He has also practiced real estate law. He and Professor Brown are co-authors of West's Quick Review: Property, 5th ed.

Professor Carol Necole Brown teaches and writes in the areas of property, land use planning, real estate transactions, and housing law. She is the co-author of six books on these subjects, including LexisNexis' Planning and Control of Land Development Cases and Materials, and Thomson West's Cases and Materials on American Property Law. Professor Brown is a fellow with the American College of Real Estate Lawyers and a past chair of the Association of American Law Schools (AALS) Sections on Real Estate Transactions and Property Law. Prior to joining the Richmond Law faculty in 2012, Professor Brown was a tenured professor at University of North Carolina School of Law.
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