This comprehensive Guide treats some of the more difficult areas of the first-year Property course. Lucid essays explain all major concepts and doctrines of the law of servitudes, including significant reforms recently adopted by the Restatement (Third) of Property, integrating them with their historical development and contemporary policy bases. The distinctions among and consequences of related property interests of easements, real covenants and equitable servitudes are discussed. The author intersperses throughout the text over one hundred questions and problems, all with analytic answers, illustrating the concepts and doctrines in contemporary, realistic settings. This clear and comprehensive treatment of the complexities of easements, real covenants, and equitable servitudes will enrich classroom learning and self-study.
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