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Property

  • Edition : 6th ed., 2022
  • Author(s) : Singer, Davidson
    • ISBN: 9781543839258
    • SKU: 10057
    • Condition: New
    • Format: Paperback

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    • ISBN: 9781543839258
    • SKU: 10057V
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This overview of property law addresses both classic and contemporary topics covered in the first-year property course in a clear, accessible format. The book offers clear explanations of property law through textual treatment, with numerous examples, analytical discussion of key cases, and issues followed by hypotheticals. The book places emphasis on disagreements among states about the applicable rules of property law, with explanations of the conflicting issues

With extraordinary clarity and insight, Joseph William Singer has written a comprehensive overview of the rules and doctrine of property law. The numerous examples and hypotheticals in Property, Sixth Edition contribute to a rich pedagogy that illuminates both classic and contemporary topics.  For the Sixth Edition, Professor Singer has been joined by Professor Nestor M. Davidson, and the authors have thoroughly updated and revised the treatise to reflect recent developments.

Among the Changes New to the Sixth Edition:

  • Recent developments in the law of public accommodations and fair housing on protections against discrimination on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, and gender identity, as well as updates to federal regulatory guidance on fair housing law.
  • Important recent Supreme Court cases on regulatory takings, including Murr v. Wisconsin, on determining the relevant parcel; Knick v. Township of Scott, on the ability to file in federal court without exhausting state-court litigation; and Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, on the standard for claims of physical invasion.
  • The challenge of “heirs property” to the loss of Black farmland and the rapid proliferation of the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act.
  • Cases testing the limits of lease obligations and the boundaries of regulatory takings with the public-health response to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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