Casebook: Property Law: Cases, Materials and Problems, Johnson, Salsich, Shaffer and Braunstein, 2nd edition.
Chapter One. Basic Property Concepts: Possession and Ownership
II. What Does it Mean to Be the Owner?
III. Can “It” Be Owned?
Chapter Two. Common Law Estates
Chapter Three. Concurrent Ownership
Introduction: Property in Families
II. Property Claims in Marriage
Chapter Four. The Landlord-Tenant Relationship
I. Nonadversarial Dispute Resolution
III. Creation of the Relationship
IV. Selection of Tenants
VI. Special Procedural Rules
VII. A Second Look at Dispute Resolution
Chapter Five. Real Estate Transactions
Chapter Six. The Law of Neighbors: Servitudes and Nuisances
II. Neighborhood Governance
Chapter Seven. Public Regulation of Land Use
Zoning—The Most Popular Form of