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- Full title: Real Estate Law, 12th Edition
- Edition: 12th
- Copyright year: 2022
- Publisher: Cengage Learning
- Author: Marianne M. Jennings
- ISBN: 9780357518694, 9780357518694
- Format: PDF
Description of Real Estate Law, 12th Edition:
Discover the legal dynamics behind day-to-day transactions in today’s real estate marketplace as Jennings’s REAL ESTATE LAW, 12E uses engaging stories and intriguing examples to help you master principles of real estate law. Carefully chosen, reader-friendly cases provide dramatic facts to serve as memory tools in understanding legal concepts. For instance, instead of examining dry CC&Rs (neighborhood rules), this edition reviews a court battle between a developer who has taken over a golf course and angry homeowners. You examine monumental changes in real estate law today as new cases, new laws and current trends bring the law of real estate ownership, transfer and development to life. Study a 30-year series of legal battles between a family that donated land for a city park and officials who want to hold a tennis tournament on the land, or review how Airbnbs have changed zoning laws. Whether you are a future or practicing real estate professional, you learn to recognize, prevent and resolve legal problems related to business and personal real estate law.Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
Table of Contents of Real Estate Law, 12th Edition PDF ebook:
Brief ContentsContentsPrefaceChapter 1: Introduction and Sources of Real Estate Law1-1: Sources of Real Estate LawJustification for Studying Real Estate Law: Some Cautions and ConclusionsChapter 2: Land Interests: Present and Future2-1: Land Interests: Freehold Estates and Accompanying Future Interests2-2: Special Rules Governing Interests in Land2-3: Reforms of Future Interests and Their Rules2-4: Land Interests-Nonfreehold Estates2-5: Economics of Land InterestsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 3: Extent Of Real Estate Interests3-1: Land Interests Above the Surface3-2: Surface and Subsurface Rights3-3: Protection of Property Rights3-4: Duties of LandownersCautions and ConclusionsChapter 4: Nonpossessory Interests In Real Estate4-1: Easements4-2: Profits4-3: Licenses4-4: CovenantsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 5: Fixtures5-1: Definition of a Fixture5-2: Transfer of Title to Fixtures and Personal Property5-3: Creditors’ Rights In FixturesCautions and ConclusionsChapter 6: Liens6-1: Types of Liens6-2: Creation of Mechanic’s Liens6-3: Procedural Aspects of Obtaining a Lien6-4: Priority of Lien Interests6-5: Termination of Mechanics Liens6-6: Lien Alternatives6-7: Constitutionality of Mechanics LiensCautions and ConclusionsChapter 7: Describing Land Interests7-1: Methods of Describing Land Interests7-2: Adequacy of Descriptions7-3: Interpretation of DescriptionsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 8: Co-Ownership of Real Estate8-1: Methods of Co-Ownership8-2: Creditors Rights and Co-Ownership8-3: Rights and Responsibilities of Cotenants8-4: Marital Property Rights: Co-Ownership by MarriageCautions and ConclusionsChapter 9: The Landlord-Tenant Relationship9-1: Types of Tenancies9-2: Terms of Lease Agreement9-3: Rights and Responsibilities of Parties to Lease AgreementsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 10: Commercial Leases10-1: Formation of the Commercial Lease10-2: Topics in the Commercial Lease10-3: Shopping Center Leases: Specific ProvisionsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 11: Real Estate Communities: Multiunit Interests and Owners’ Associations11-1: Multiunit Housing11-2: Condominiums11-3: Cooperatives11-4: Townhouses11-5: Timeshare Interests11-6: Hybrids11-7: Managing Close Quarters: The Issues of Owners’ Associations11-8: Liability Issues in Owners AssociationsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 12: The Broker’s Role in the Transfer of Real Estate12-1: Nature of Brokers/Agents Role12-2: The Types of Real Estate Broker Relationships12-3: Listing Agreements For Hiring Brokers/Agents12-4: Responsibilities of Brokers/Agents12-5: Legal Duties and Responsibilities to Third Parties12-6: Licensing Requirements For Brokers/Agents12-7: Brokers/Agents Legal Duties and Responsibilities to the State12-8: Relationships Among Brokers/agentsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 13: The Purchase Contract13-1: Formation Requirements For Real Estate Contracts13-2: Defenses to Formation of Real Estate Contracts13-3: Specific Requirements For Real Estate ContractsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 14: Methods of Transfer and Conveyance in Real Estate14-1: Transfer of Property By Deed14-2: Types of Deeds14-3: Transfer of Property By Adverse Possession14-4: Transfer of Property By Gifts14-5: Transfer of Property By Will or Intestate Succession14-6: Transfer of Property By Eminent Domain14-7: Protection of TitleCautions and ConclusionsChapter 15: Financing in the Transfer of Real Estate15-1: The Mortgage15-2: Deeds Of Trust15-3: Installment Land Contracts15-4: Subdivision Trusts15-5: Alternative Financing MethodsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 16: Closing the Deal16-1: The Nature of Closing16-2: The Closing Setup16-3: Responsibilities of the Lender in Closing: The Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act16-4: Escrow Agent’s ResponsibilitiesCautions and ConclusionsChapter 17: Transferring Real Estate After Death: Wills, Estates, and Probate17-1: Law of Wills, Estates, and Probate17-2: Intestate Estates17-3: Wills17-4: ProbateCautions and ConclusionsChapter 18: Zoning18-1: Purposes18-2: Authority18-3: Methods18-4: Zoning as a Taking18-5: Procedural AspectsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 19: Constitutional Issues in Real Estate19-1: Land Title and Constitutional Issues: Eminent Domain19-2: Constitutional Issues in Land Use Restrictions19-3: Constitutional Issues in Transfer of PropertyCautions and ConclusionsChapter 20: Environmental Regulation and Sustainability20-1: Statutory Environmental Law: Air Pollution Regulation20-2: Statutory Environmental Law: Water Pollution Regulation20-3: Statutory Environmental Law: Solid Waste Disposal Regulation20-4: Other Federal Environmental Regulations20-5: Statutory Environmental Laws: Environmental Quality Regulation20-6: State Environmental Laws20-7: Enforcement of Environmental LawsCautions and ConclusionsChapter 21: Legal Issues in Land and Economic Development21-1: Acquiring The Money and Structure For Development21-2: Land Acquisition21-3: Governmental Approval21-4: Land Improvement and Construction21-5: Construction StageCautions and ConclusionsChapter 22: Tax Aspects of Real Estate Ownership and Transfer22-1: Property Taxes22-2: Income Tax and Real PropertyCautions and ConclusionsAppendix A: The United States ConstitutionAppendix B: The Fair Housing Act 42 U.S.C. §§ 3601 ET Seq. (Excerpts)Appendix C: The Truth-in-lending Act 15 U.S.C. § 1601 ET Seq. (Excerpts)Appendix D: Real Estate Settlement Procedures 12 U.S.C. §§ 2601 ET Seq. (Excerpts)GlossaryCase IndexSubject Index