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LAW212A Real Property

Course Description

This course covers the traditional scope of property law including land possession, estate interests, landlord and tenant law, concurrent ownership rights and liabilities, and regulatory takings. The course also places special emphasis on modern developments in real property facing today’s practitioner in the areas of conveyance, land use, and finance.


This is a non-severable course. Students are required to register for the same sections in fall and spring and must complete the entire course consecutively to earn academic credit.

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