This book provides not only the theories of basic law, but also the topics and techniques that readers need to apply the law in actual situations.It offers in-depth coverage of the four areas faced most often in practice -- leases, deposit receipts, listing agreements and deeds of trust -- featuring an up-to-date list of actual, relevant case profiles that bring the law to life. Reflected throughout the book are many recent changes in law -- such as the elimination of justice courts, dollar amount changes of many statutes, etc. -- as well as topics of interest to today's legal professional -- such as alternate dispute resolution (including arbitration and mediation), toxic waste, environmental control and more.
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The text provides not only the basic law, but also the tools and information students need to think and apply the law in everyday "real-world" situations. This exploration of current cases makes the law come alive for students.About the Author:
Ted Gordon is listed in "Who's Who in American Law" and was an adjunct professor at Golden Gate University (San Francisco) and a practicing attorney for many years. In addition, he has an extensive business background including a Masters of Business administration degree and real estate brokerage experience.
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