Examines the law relating to the various types of real-property interests and estates, methods of transferring title, recording statutes and title searches, the nature and scope of easements, leasehold interests, the rights and obligations of landlords and tenants, the law of adverse possession, and covenants regarding title.
- Demonstrate familiarity with core principles of property law.
- Apply core principles of property law to address property law issues.
- Identify legal issues that commonly arise in the creation and use of promissory notes.
- Identify legal issues that commonly arise in the creation and use of deeds of trust.
- Identify legal issues that commonly arise in the creation and use of lease agreements.
- Recognize how ethical rules apply to paralegals in a property law practice.
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