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Recent Developments Affecting Real Estate And Partnerships, Stefan F. Tucker Dec 1992

Recent Developments Affecting Real Estate And Partnerships, Stefan F. Tucker

William & Mary Annual Tax Conference

No abstract provided.


Barnhill V. Johnson And Payment By Check On The Eve Of Bankruptcy: Implications For The Real Estate Attorney, Lynda L. Butler Nov 1992

Barnhill V. Johnson And Payment By Check On The Eve Of Bankruptcy: Implications For The Real Estate Attorney, Lynda L. Butler

Popular Media

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Closing The Book On The School Trust Lands, C. Maison Heidelberg Nov 1992

Closing The Book On The School Trust Lands, C. Maison Heidelberg

Vanderbilt Law Review

Public education in the United States faces a crisis. Financially strapped state and local governments find funding more and more difficult to supply; as a result, the quality of public education suffers. Predictably citizens are concerned, yet they resist paying increased taxes to meet the rising costs.

School trust lands provide one potential source of extra revenue. Though their existence is not well known, these lands are tremendous assets held by most states other than the original thirteen. In general, they have produced significant amounts of revenue for public education, yet historically state management of the lands has been marred ...


Real Property, Robert L. Foreman Jr., T. Daniel Brannan, Stephen M. Lamastra Nov 1992

Real Property, Robert L. Foreman Jr., T. Daniel Brannan, Stephen M. Lamastra

Mercer Law Review

Perhaps because of the recession's adverse effect on real estate activity in Georgia, there have been fewer real property cases decided during the survey period than in recent years. However, there were several significant legislative enactments during the year. From decisions affecting the priority of lienholders to increased environmental legislation to several significant cases defining the obligations on a lender in a foreclosure sale, there have been a number of important developments in the past year of which real estate practitioners must be aware.


The Selling Real Estate Broker And The Purchaser: Assessing The Relationship, Brett L. Hopper Nov 1992

The Selling Real Estate Broker And The Purchaser: Assessing The Relationship, Brett L. Hopper

BYU Law Review

No abstract provided.


Real Property: 1992 Survey Of Florida Law, Ronald B. Brown Oct 1992

Real Property: 1992 Survey Of Florida Law, Ronald B. Brown

Faculty Scholarship

No abstract provided.


Department Of Real Estate, M. Wakefield Oct 1992

Department Of Real Estate, M. Wakefield

California Regulatory Law Reporter

No abstract provided.


Deficiency And In Rem Judgments In Iowa Mortgage Foreclosure Proceedings: A Preliminary Survey, Patrick B. Bauer Sep 1992

Deficiency And In Rem Judgments In Iowa Mortgage Foreclosure Proceedings: A Preliminary Survey, Patrick B. Bauer

College of Law Publications

No abstract provided.


The Illegal Residential Assessment Roll In Nassau County, New York, Adolph Koeppel Sep 1992

The Illegal Residential Assessment Roll In Nassau County, New York, Adolph Koeppel

Hofstra Property Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Literary Creation And American Copyright Law: Authors' Wishes Hardly Resting In Peace, Donald Francis Madeo Sep 1992

Literary Creation And American Copyright Law: Authors' Wishes Hardly Resting In Peace, Donald Francis Madeo

Hofstra Property Law Journal

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The Politics Of Legal Doctrine: A Case Study Of Texas Land-Use Planning Under The Shadow Of Lucas, David S. Caudill, Wm. Terry Bray, Jack E. Owen Jr. Sep 1992

The Politics Of Legal Doctrine: A Case Study Of Texas Land-Use Planning Under The Shadow Of Lucas, David S. Caudill, Wm. Terry Bray, Jack E. Owen Jr.

Hofstra Property Law Journal

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All Appropriate Inquiry & Cercla's Innocent Purchaser Defense: The Need For A Legislative Standard, R. Patrick Quinn Sep 1992

All Appropriate Inquiry & Cercla's Innocent Purchaser Defense: The Need For A Legislative Standard, R. Patrick Quinn

Hofstra Property Law Journal

No abstract provided.


To Clear Or Not To Clear: Licensing Digital Samples, Sharon Colchamiro Sep 1992

To Clear Or Not To Clear: Licensing Digital Samples, Sharon Colchamiro

Hofstra Property Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Front Matter Sep 1992

Front Matter

Hofstra Property Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Introduction: Regulatory Takings After Lucas V. South Carolina Coastal Council, John M. Armentano Sep 1992

Introduction: Regulatory Takings After Lucas V. South Carolina Coastal Council, John M. Armentano

Hofstra Property Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Witter V. Taggart And Ammirati V. Wire Forms, Inc.: The Potential Ramifications Of New York's Newly Restrictive Definition Of "Chain Of Title" And Newly Expansive Definition Of "Easement By Necessity", Kenneth L. Gartner Sep 1992

Witter V. Taggart And Ammirati V. Wire Forms, Inc.: The Potential Ramifications Of New York's Newly Restrictive Definition Of "Chain Of Title" And Newly Expansive Definition Of "Easement By Necessity", Kenneth L. Gartner

Hofstra Property Law Journal

No abstract provided.


He Who Hesitates Is Lost: Congressional Inaction And Commercial Banking, Charles G. Roberts Sep 1992

He Who Hesitates Is Lost: Congressional Inaction And Commercial Banking, Charles G. Roberts

Hofstra Property Law Journal

No abstract provided.


Unclaimed Billions: Federal Encroachment On State' Rights In Abandoned Property, Susan T. Kelly Sep 1992

Unclaimed Billions: Federal Encroachment On State' Rights In Abandoned Property, Susan T. Kelly

Boston College Law Review

No abstract provided.


Tax Assessment Of Contaminated Property: Tax Breaks For Polluters?, Bonnie H. Keen Aug 1992

Tax Assessment Of Contaminated Property: Tax Breaks For Polluters?, Bonnie H. Keen

Boston College Environmental Affairs Law Review

No abstract provided.


Legal Interpretation And A Constitutional Case: Home Building & Loan Association V. Blaisdell, Charles A. Bieneman Aug 1992

Legal Interpretation And A Constitutional Case: Home Building & Loan Association V. Blaisdell, Charles A. Bieneman

Michigan Law Review

The approaches of Hughes and Sutherland are but two extremes in constitutional interpretation. Though only two results were possible in the case - either the Act was constitutional or it was not - there are more than two methods by which an interpreter could reach those results. This Note explores possible ways of deciding Blaisdell, using the case as a vehicle for delimiting the boundaries of a positive constitutional command. As a sort of empirical investigation of legal philosophy, the Note examines how various interpretive theories affect an interpreter's approach to the case, and the results these theories might mandate. The ...


Negotiations In Major Commercial Real Estate Transactions (Speaker & Chair Of Panel), Joyce Palomar Jul 1992

Negotiations In Major Commercial Real Estate Transactions (Speaker & Chair Of Panel), Joyce Palomar

Joyce Palomar

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Takings And The Post-Modern Dialectic Of Property, Gregory S. Alexander Jul 1992

Takings And The Post-Modern Dialectic Of Property, Gregory S. Alexander

Cornell Law Faculty Publications


Department Of Real Estate, T. Rellos Jul 1992

Department Of Real Estate, T. Rellos

California Regulatory Law Reporter

No abstract provided.


Property, Credit, And Regulation Meet Information Technology: Clearance And Settlement In The Securities Markets, Charles W. Mooney Jr. Jul 1992

Property, Credit, And Regulation Meet Information Technology: Clearance And Settlement In The Securities Markets, Charles W. Mooney Jr.

Faculty Scholarship at Penn Law

No abstract provided.


This Land Is My Land: The Clash Between Private Property And The Public Interest In Lucas V. South Carolina Coastal Council, Janet Mcclafferty Dunlap Jul 1992

This Land Is My Land: The Clash Between Private Property And The Public Interest In Lucas V. South Carolina Coastal Council, Janet Mcclafferty Dunlap

Boston College Law Review

No abstract provided.


A Critical Reexamination Of The Takings Jurisprudence, Glynn S. Lunney Jr Jun 1992

A Critical Reexamination Of The Takings Jurisprudence, Glynn S. Lunney Jr

Michigan Law Review

To provide some insight into the nature of these disagreements, and to suggest a possible solution to the compensation issue, this article undertakes a critical reexamination of the takings jurisprudence. It focuses on the two bases which the modem Court has articulated as support for its resolution of the compensation issue: (1) the articulated purpose of using the just compensation requirement "to bar Government from forcing some people alone to bear public burdens"; and (2) the early case law. Beginning with the Court's first struggles with the compensation issue in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, this article ...


The Moral Position Of Landowners Within The Scope Of Cercla, David N. Mortensen May 1992

The Moral Position Of Landowners Within The Scope Of Cercla, David N. Mortensen

Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law

No abstract provided.


Impact Of Cercla On Real Estate Transactions: What Every Owner, Operator, Buyer, Lender, . . . Should Know, Jeffrey M. Moss May 1992

Impact Of Cercla On Real Estate Transactions: What Every Owner, Operator, Buyer, Lender, . . . Should Know, Jeffrey M. Moss

Brigham Young University Journal of Public Law

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Property And Liberty Reconsidered, Herman Belz May 1992

Property And Liberty Reconsidered, Herman Belz

Vanderbilt Law Review

This perceptive, lucid, and sympathetic account of property rights in American constitutional law by Professor James W. Ely, Jr., is further evidence of the conservative challenge to liberal orthodoxy that has emerged in recent years in American historiography. That the book appears under the cosponsorship of the Organization of American Historians, one of the more militantly liberal scholarly associations in the United States, is a small but significant sign of the changing intellectual climate.

As conceived of in contemporary liberal historiography, protection of individual property rights is but one element of economic liberty. Equally if not more important, according to ...


Zero-Sum Madison, Thomas W. Merrill May 1992

Zero-Sum Madison, Thomas W. Merrill

Michigan Law Review

A Review of Private Property and the Limits of American Constitutionalism by Jennifer Nedelsky