United States Law/Property

Property as a Concept Edit

Acquisition of Property Edit

Acquisition by Discovery Edit

Acquisition by Capture Edit

Acquisition by Gift Edit

Acquisition by Creation Edit

Acquisition by Adverse Possession Edit

Extent and Limitations of Property Edit

The Extent of Ownership Edit

The Right to Exclude Edit

The Right to Transfer and Restraints on Alienation Edit

The Right to Abandon Edit

The Right to Destroy Edit

Public Domain Edit

Public Trust Doctrine Edit

Copyright Public Domain Edit

Trademark Public Domain Edit

Nuisance Law Edit

Public Nuisance Edit

Private Nuisance Edit

Easements and Servitudes Edit

Creation of Covenants Edit

Enforcement of Covenants and Limitations Edit

Termination of Covenants Edit

Zoning Laws Edit

Possessory Estates Edit

Historical Background Edit

Fee Simple Edit

Fee Tail Edit

Defeasible Estates Edit

Life Estates Edit

Leasehold Estates Edit

Future Interests Edit

Future Interests in the Transferor Edit

Reversion Edit

Possibility of Reverter Edit

Right of (Re)Entry)= Edit

Future Interests in Transferees Edit

Remainder= Edit

Executory Interests Edit

The Rule Against Perpetuities Edit

The Common Law Rule Edit

The Modern Approach Edit

Co-Ownership Interests Edit

Various Co-Ownership Issues Edit

The Common Law Marriage System Edit

The Community Property Law Marriage System Edit

Leasehold Interests Edit

Leasehold Estates Edit

Duties, Warranties, Rights, and Remedies Edit

Subleases and Assignments Edit

Transfers of Real Property Edit

Contracts of Sale Edit

Deeds Edit

Financing Edit

Recordation and Title Edit

Eminent Domain and Takings Edit