College of Law

Property I

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Law 5050 - Fall 2012

Professor: Samuel A. Donaldson    Class Times: M, 6:00 pm - 8:45 pm   
Syllabus: Syllabus   login for access |     Location: Room 170   
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Property I. A two-semester introductory investigation of the validity of concepts underlying the Anglo-American system of property. The capacity of the system to accommodate public needs and private desires for allocation and use of land is studied through intensive examination of the doctrine of estates, private restrictions on land use, public controls of land use, and modern landlord-tenant relations.

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