Examines the principles of basic property law, their history and application, and explains how these divergent principles form a coherent institution of law. Section titles discuss, amongst others: The Institution of Property, The Concepts of Estates in Property, The Historical Background of Anglo-American Property Law, Permissible Estates at Common Law, The Role of Equity, Transfer of Ownership, Landlord and Tenant, Rent Control, Restriction on Use, Transfers, Methods of Title Assurance, The Recording System (Herein of Title Examination and Title Insurance), Statutes of Limitation and Related Legislation, Critique of Modern Methods of Title, The Use of Lands, and Natural Rights.
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