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Clark on Surveying and Boundaries
Call Number: KF683 .C55 1997
The Seventh Edition of Clark on Surveying and Boundaries maintains the proven, easy-to-use format of earlier editions while digesting the latest case law, regulations, and statutes. Cited in decision after decision, Clark on Surveying and Boundaries is recognized by surveyors and lawyers as the authoritative reference on surveying and subdividing public lands.
Nichols on Eminent Domain
Call Number: KF5599.A6 N5
Regularly cited by state and federal courts as well as by the United States Supreme Court in its eminent domain and condemnation cases. You'll get the arguments that can be raised to increase or decrease the value of your client' s property, including market values, damages, proposed use, amount of award, income, improvements, sales, and offers. You' ll also get the rules of evidence pertaining to valuation.
Friedman on Contracts and Conveyances of Real Property
Call Number: KF670 .F7 2005
Designed to assist buyers and sellers, Friedman shows you what terms must be in contracts of sale; when contracts run the risk of being fatally defective; what property description should be included in deeds; what closing adjustments should be covered in contracts; what buyers and sellers can do to avoid delays in closings; and hundreds of other directions and details that help you avoid costly missteps and lead to fair, equitable deals.
Friedman on Leases
Call Number: KF590 .F75 2004
Friedman on Leases helps you to avoid the drafting problems that can compromise transactions; modify provisions in leases to accommodate different landlord-tenant arrangements; anticipate and resolve problems in transactions early on before they threaten agreements; deal effectively with difficult issues specific to certain types of leases; and proceed wisely and safely in those legal areas of leasing where the various courts (or states) may differ.
The Law of Real Estate Financing: With Tax Analysis, Planning, and Forms
Provides a transactional context for real estate financing law, offering documentation techniques, citations, planning suggestions, forms, and extensive legal analysis. Addresses the concerns of developers, lenders, and their counsels in its discussion of relevant laws and procedures. Examines Selection of Ownership Entity, Foreign Investment in U.S. Real Estate, Types of Lenders and Mortgage Market for Income-Producing Real Estate, Securitization of Commercial Real Estate, Postconstruction (Permanent) Financing, Construction Financing, Leasehold and Leaseback Financing, Secondary Financing, Refinancing, High Ratio Financing, Subdivision Financing, Condominium and Cooperative Financing, Loan Participations and Equity Financing, Loan Defaults, Workouts, Foreclosure, Bankruptcy, Lender Liability, and Guaranty Agreements.
Call Number: KF1050 .C37 2010
Covering every aspect of motor vehicle, mobile home, and household goods repossession and deficiency claims:
When a security interest is invalid
Limits to a creditor declaring a default
Illegal self-help repossessions seizure of personal property left in a vehicle
Notice of sale and proper disposition of the collateral
Calculating and limiting deficiencies
Powerful consumer remedies .
Powell on real property
Call Number: KF570 .P67
The work on all aspects of real property law that the courts look to and cite. Powell’s authoritative, national coverage includes unmatched in-depth analysis of the pertinent case law, statutes, and regulations. Its over 130 chapters and several practice guides cover the gamut of real estate issues with clear explanations of the current law.