Bowman and Milligan provide a well-organized discussion of laws applicable to real-property ownership in California. An emphasis is planed on the practical aspects and theoretical concepts of the law. The rationale behind real estate law is explained by discussing the law's past and present states, while anticipating future changes.
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This book presents complete, well-organized coverage of California real estate law, with its many special features and complexities. Its authors discuss what the law has been in the past, before moving to what it is in the present and what the future may hold--all with a perfect balance of principle and practice. The Ninth Edition includes major changes in and additions to the law through the first part of 1995. This text appeals particularly to instructors who are attorneys.From the Back Cover:
This text provides a well-organized discussion of the laws applicable to real property ownership in California with particular emphasis placed on the practical aspects and the theoretical concepts, with its many special features and complexities.Law and land titles. Contracts. Duties and liabilities. Transfers by deed. Escrow. Liens. Recording. Priorities. Homesteads. Title Insurance. Subdivisions. Investment regulations. Leases.Appropriate for readers with an interest in California Real Estate Law.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 1999. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0130220353