Global Issues in Property Law
This title is designed to introduce comparative law perspectives that help students understand domestic property law concepts, in areas including adverse possession, the right to exclude, estates in land, future interests, marital property, the landlord-tenant relationship, eviction of tenants, low-income housing, land sales transactions, title assurance, nuisance, and land use. It also introduces students to areas of international law that are beginning to affect domestic property law, including the human right to property, international regulatory takings, and global land sales transactions. Each chapter is designed to stand on its own, so they can be used in any order or combination.
xxi, 160 pages ; 24 cm
St. Paul, MN
Law | Property Law and Real Estate
Sprankling, John G.; Coletta, Raymond R.; and Mirow, M. C., "Global Issues in Property Law" (2006). Faculty Books. 55.
At head of title on cover: Cases and materials. Includes bibliographical references and index