This legal hornbook presents a simple, concise text, providing information in outline form. An excellent introduction with many references to the historical development of this area of law. Chapters include background, freehold estates, nonfreehold estates, seisin and its significance, common law type of future interests, the rule in Shelley’s case and the doctrine of worthier title, common law methods of conveyancing, uses and the statute of uses, the effect of the statute of uses, and concurrent ownership.
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|Edition||5th ed., 2011|