Real Estate Law in California
This book provides a well-organized discussion of the laws applicable to real property ownership in California. A particular emphasis is placed on both the practical aspects and the theoretical concepts that exist in California real estate law, and the special features and complexities that exist there. The authors discuss what the law has been in the past before moving to the present and what the future may hold.
- Hardback | 482 pages
- 228.6 x 292.1 x 31.75mm | 1,292.73g
- 26 Jul 1999
- Pearson Education (US)
- Prentice Hall
- Upper Saddle River, United States
- 10th edition
Table of contents
1. Sources of Law and Land Titles. 2. Contracts in General. 3. Real Estate Contracts and Their Use. 4. Law of Agency and Regulation of Real Estate Agents. 5. Duties and Liabilities of Licensees. 6. Acquisition and Alienation of Title. 7. Transfers by Deed, and the Use of an Escrow. 8. Ownership Forms and Implications. 9. Creation and Enforcement of Security Devices: Part One. 10. Creation and Enforcement of Security Devices: Part Two. 11. Involuntary Liens, Recording, Priorities, Homesteads, and Title Insurance. 12. Limitation on Use, Including Tax Burden. 13. Land Use, Descriptions, Subdivisions, and Investment Regulations. 14. Adjoining Owner Problems. 15. Leases and the Landlord-Tenant Relationship. Glossary of Words and Phrases. Answers to Textbook Questions. Index.