Property Law

• This Subject Area Index lists all CALI lessons covering Property Law.
• The Property Law Outline allows you to search for terms of art that correspond to topics you are studying to find suggestions for related CALI Lessons.

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Lesson 4: Basic Future Interests: Fee Simple on Condition Subsequent (and Rights of Re-entry)

This lesson is part of a series of exercises covering Basic Future Interests. While the 10 lessons comprising this series can be worked in any sequence, the lessons do to some degree build on each other. Thus, it is suggested that students work them in order.

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Lesson 5: Basic Future Interests: Fee Simple On Executory Limitation (and Executory Interests)

This lesson is part of a series of exercises covering Basic Future Interests. While the 10 lessons comprising this series can be worked in any sequence, the lessons do to some degree build on each other. Thus, it is suggested that students work them in order.

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Lesson 6: Basic Future Interests: Reversions

This lesson is part of a series of exercises covering Basic Future Interests. While the 10 lessons comprising this series can be worked in any sequence, the lessons do to some degree build on each other. Thus, it is suggested that students work them in order.

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Lesson 7: Basic Future Interests: Remainders

This lesson is part of a series of exercises covering Basic Future Interests. While the 10 lessons comprising this series can be worked in any sequence, the lessons do to some degree build on each other. Thus, it is suggested that students work them in order.

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Lesson 8: Basic Future Interests: Kinds of Vested and Contingent Remainders

This lesson is part of a series of exercises covering Basic Future Interests. While the 10 lessons comprising this series can be worked in any sequence, the lessons do to some degree build on each other. Thus, it is suggested that students work them in order.

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Lesson 9: Basic Future Interests: Executory Interests

This lesson is part of a series of exercises covering Basic Future Interests. While the 10 lessons comprising this series can be worked in any sequence, the lessons do to some degree build on each other. Thus, it is suggested that students work them in order.

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Lesson 10: Basic Future Interests: Identifying Remainders and Executory Interests

This lesson is part of a series of exercises covering Basic Future Interests. While the 10 lessons comprising this series can be worked in any sequence, the lessons do to some degree build on each other. Thus, it is suggested that students work them in order.

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Coase's Irrelevance 'Theorem'

This lesson tries to explain Coasean irrelevance (which is often known as the "Coase Theorem").

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Contract for Purchase and Sale 1: Formation and Terms

This exercise is designed as an introduction for beginning Property students to the basic concepts involved in a traditional contract used in a standard real estate transaction.

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Contract for Purchase and Sale 2: Remedies and the Merger Doctrine

This is the second lesson of two designed to introduce the beginning student to the basic concepts involved in a contract for the purchase and sale of real estate.

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Covenants of Title and Types of Deeds

This lesson is designed to teach a student about the various types of covenants of title in deeds and the different types of deeds arising from the covenants they contain. Students who are unfamiliar with real covenants are advised to review the CALI lessons related to real covenants before trying this lesson.

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Covenants, Equitable Servitudes and Restrictions 1: Creation

This tutorial is the first in a series of interactive tutorials written to assist the beginning student with a basic introduction to analyzing real covenants, equitable servitudes and similar use restrictions applied to real property. Once the student successfully completes the current lesson, he or she may later use the series of questions throughout this lesson as a preliminary review for a final examination.