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Overview of Major Topics Covered:
Estates in Land; Present Possessory Estates; Fee Simple Absolute; Fee Tail; Defeasible Fees; Life Estate; Future Interests in the Grantor; Possibility of Reverter; Right of Entry; Reversion; Future Interests in Transferees; Vested Remainder; Contingent Remainder; Executory Interest; The Rule in Shelley’s Case; Doctrine of Worthier Title; Vested Remainders; Indefeasibly Vested Remainder; Vested Remainder Subject to Complete Defeasance; Vested Remainder Subject to Open; Executory Interests; Shifting Executory Interest; Springing Executory Interest; Rule Against Perpetuities; Concurrent Estates; Joint Tenancy by the Entirety, Tenancy in Common; Landlord/Tenant Law; Tenancy for Years; Periodic Tenancy; Tenancy at Will; Tenancy at Sufferance; Tenant’s Duties; Landlord’s Duties; Assignment; Sublease; Servitudes; Easement; License; Profit; Covenant; Equitable Servitude; Adverse Possession; Land Transactions; Recording System; Water Rights; Possessor’s Rights; Eminent Domain; Zoning
About the Professor:
Professor Paula A. Franzese is the Peter W. Rodino Professor of Law at Seton Hall University School of Law. She received her J.D. from Columbia Law School where she was honored with the prestigious Rosenman Prize. Professor Franzese has published extensively in the area of Property Law, including co-authoring a popular casebook on the subject. She has received the Student Bar Association’s Professor of the Year Award at Seton Hall an unprecedented seven times, and has been named an Exemplary Teacher by the American Association of Higher Education.