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Overview

In Property Law, we discuss the basic rules of property law that are commonly examined in law school and tested on the uniform bar exam.

To help you truly learn and memorize property law, our professional narrator uses modern, easy-to-understand language that organizes the basic rules of property in a way that makes sense.

AudioOutlines – Property Law serves as an extremely simplistic law school supplement and bar exam review rolled into one audio book. It’s a must-listen for all 1L law students and anyone preparing for the bar exam.


Table of Contents

Chapter 1. What is Property (3:41)
Chapter 2. Ownership and Acquisition – Wild Animals (5:23)
Chapter 3. Ownership and Acquisition – Natural Resources and Water (2:58)
Chapter 4. Lost Property and Finders (4:20)
Chapter 5. Bailments (2:58)
Chapter 6. Adverse Possession (6:42)
Chapter 7. The Estate System – Freehold Estates (4:15)
Chapter 8. The Doctrine of Waste (2:34)
Chapter 9. Defeasible Fees (4:32)
Chapter 10. Future Interests (6:27)
Chapter 11. Rules Furthering Marketability (5:54)
Chapter 12. Concurrent Estates (6:30)
Chapter 13. Nonfreehold Estates and Landlord Tenant Law (4:16)
Chapter 14. Duties and Rights of Landlords (5:58)
Chapter 15. Duties and Rights of Tenants (3:07)
Chapter 16. Assignments and Subleases (6:13)
Chapter 17. Incorporeal Interests – Easements (4:10)
Chapter 18. Creation of Easements (4:57)
Chapter 19. Scope of Easements (3:17)
Chapter 20. Termination of Easements (3:09)
Chapter 21. Licenses and Profits (4:30)
Chapter 22. Real Covenants (5:55)
Chapter 23. Real Covenants – Running with the Land (6:04)
Chapter 24. Equitable Servitudes (7:08)
Chapter 25. Real Property Contracts (6:13)
Chapter 26. Real Property Deeds (4:42)
Chapter 27. Types of Deeds (4:30)
Chapter 28. The Recording System (5:20)
Chapter 29. Mortgages (4:22)
Chapter 30. Priority of Mortgages (3:58)
Chapter 31. Foreclosure (3:23)


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