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Interactive Property

Interactive Property (*CD/CD-ROM Product*)

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Quick Overview

Receive a set of Audio CDs and a CD-ROM containing a Video Lecture, Multiple Choice Questions with detailed answers, Essay Questions with detailed answers, a lecture Outline and a lecture Outline with blanks for self-study. Prepared by Professor Fran Ortiz.

Product Description

Package Contents:

•Three to five hours of video lecture
•Interactive multiple choice questions with answers and detailed explanations
•Interactive essay questions with detailed answers
•Downloadable/printable outlines (two versions of each, one complete and one in a fill-in-the-blank format)
•Material divided into easy-to-navigate chapters that track the outlines

Audio Discs
•Three to five hours of audio lecture
•Material divided into easy-to-navigate chapters by subject area
•Digitally mastered and professionally recorded
•Included on four to five CDs

Overview of Major Topics Covered:
Personal Property; Wild Animals; Law of Find; Law of Gift; Bailments; Estates in Land; Possessory Estates; Future Interests; Rule Against Perpetuities; Concurrent Interests; Tenancy in Common; Joint Tenancy; Tenancy by the Entirety; Co-Tenants; Marital Interests; Community Property; Separate Property; Leaseholds; Term of Years; Periodic Tenancy; Tenancy at Will; Tenancy at Sufferance; Landlord and Tenant; Assignments and Subleases; Adverse Possession; Mistaken Boundaries; Disability; Conveyances of Land; Contract of Sale; Marketable Title; Implied Warranties; Deeds; Financing; Mortgages; Deeds of Trust; Title Assurance; Recording System; Title Insurance; Servitudes; Easements; Real Covenants; Equitable Servitudes; Zoning; Takings; Eminent Domain

About the Professor:
Professor Ortiz received her B.A. with honors from the University of Texas at Austin and her J.D. from Harvard Law School, where she served as the Executive Editor of the Harvard Law Review. Prior to teaching full time, Professor Ortiz practiced law with the Austin offices of Jones, Day, Reavis & Pogue and Baker Botts L.L.P. She also served as an adjunct professor at the University of Texas School of Law. In 1996, Professor Ortiz joined the full-time faculty of South Texas College of Law in Houston, Texas. Her teaching and research interests include property, land use, environmental law, and natural resources. Professor Ortiz has published a variety of property and land-use related articles which have appeared in some of the leading law reviews in the country.

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