Property (20207). 4 units. This course will inquire into a pervasive set of human institutions -- the arrangements for getting, controlling, using, transferring, and forfeiting resources in the world around us. The course will begin by exploring what property regimes are and the range of purposes they might serve, and then move through the topics of acquisition, transfer, shared interests, and limitations on property. While the main focus will be property in land, the class will discuss the implications of property in other resources, such as wild animals, body parts, water, and information. The course will also examine recording and other notice-giving devices, interests in land over time, easements and deed restrictions, planned communities, and eminent domain. The Property course combines legal and theoretical perspectives that are useful as a foundation for courses such as environmental law, intellectual property, and trusts and estates. Self-scheduled examination. C. Priest.
SLB - 120 (Tue) SLB - 120 (Thu) Grade mode: graded CRN: 10215
Exam: 12/12/2016 - 12/21/2016 Questions available online Name or Id: Id Length: 3.5 hour(s)
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