Summary: Here at last is a welcome alternative to the lengthier texts often used to teach real estate law to paralegal students. It has a manageable length, along with unusually clear explanations and extra pedagogical support. Using steamlined discussions and highlighted examples, Helewitz makes even the most complex legal structures readily comprehensible to students at all levels. His excellent practice materials - including edited cases and analytical scenarios - ensure a ...show more thorough mastery of the material. The book's concise yet thorough coverage lets you easily shape the contents to any type of paralegal course. It is especially good fo briefer courses or those with state-specific supplementsEdition/Copyright: 03
Content and Features Designed Specifically for Paralegal Students...
- a thorough yet manageable treatment of real estate law, covers Estates in Land and Future Interests; Rights and Incident to Titles in Realty; Land Use; Conveyancing; Real Estate Closing Procedures; Condominiums, Cooperatives, and Commerical Properties; Landlord-Tenant Law; and Personal Property
- a clear, practical approach for paralegals eliminates extraneous details and discussions, focusing on the role of the paralegal in real estate or general practice law offices
- A final chapter on personal property introduces students to essential topics in related areas of law, such as trusts, estates, and family law.
- Legal forms in each chapter provide students with examples and practice documents on a topic-by-topic basis
- Step-by-step chapter pedagogy reinforces the discussions for easier mastery, with chapter, overviiews, highlighted examples, key terms, practical tips, ethical points, and chapter summaries.
- Extensive practice and review features ensure that students retain the material, with end-of-chapter review points, exercises, activities, edited cases, and analytical situational analyses.
Publisher: Aspen Law
Year Published: 2003
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