If you are in need of the ultimate resource for real property, try out Powell on Real Property. The 16 volume set is a definitive treatise for property law issues. It covers numerous topics including real property rights, landlord-tenant, easements, mortgages, foreclosures, tax issues, and more.
The treatise considers the historical origins of property law, and also emphasizes currency of content with the most recent case law, statutes, and regulations. It provides summaries of new complex issues within property law, including analysis of several of the most influential cases in the field by General Editor, Michael Allan Wolf.
The treatise also contains a series of practice guides throughout. The guides provide practical advice to modern practitioners with quick summaries of essential material, practice tips, and synthesis of information gathered from related chapters.
Rising hot topics in property law are also covered. Chapter 78A discusses the conversion of railroads for public use, such as recreational trails, a common trend across the U.S., and Chapter 78B outlines the legal issues surrounding the design and construction of green buildings.
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