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Property
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Type

LEC

Credits

4 cr.

Student Year

1L

Description:

The law's protection of possession and ownership of real and personal property.

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Sections

Spring 2016: Property

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Type

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4

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

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Spring 2016: Property

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Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

Details:

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Spring 2016: Property

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Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

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Spring 2016: Property

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Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

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Spring 2015: Property

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Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

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Spring 2015: Property

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Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

TWEN

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Syllabus

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The assignment for the the first day is:

Johnson v. M’Intosh, pp. 3-18, Dukeminier text.

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Spring 2015: Property

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Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

TWEN

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Syllabus

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Required texts:

 

(1)   Freyfogle & Karkkainen, Property Law: Power, Governance, and the Common Good (West, 2012)

 

(2)   Supplemental materials on course TWEN site

 

First assignment:

 

Acquisition of Property Interests: Capture.

Pierson v. Post; Liesner v. Wanie; Dapson v. Daly, pp. 1-15 in casebook

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Spring 2015: Property

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Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

TWEN

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Syllabus

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Advance Assignment Property 2015

 

I. An Introduction to Some Fundamentals, DK 1

A. Sovereignty, First in Time, Acquiring Property by Discovery, Capture, and Creation

Discovery: Week 1 (2 classes)

1.  Read “What Should Go Into Your Brief ?” This is posted on TWEN under Course Materials

2.  Johnson v. M’Intosh, DK[1] 3–10

3.  Prepare to brief Johnson v. M’Intosh in the way suggested in “What Should Go Into Your Brief?”

4.  We are going to start the briefing process together in class.  While you are getting ready for it, look up every new term you meet.



[1] This is our casebook.  See the syllabus for the course.

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Spring 2014: Property

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Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

(no readings)

Spring 2014: Property

show details

Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

(no readings)

Spring 2014: Property

show details

Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

Details:

(see course description, above)

(no readings)

Spring 2014: Property

show details

Type

LEC

Credits

4

Student Year

1L

TWEN

lawschool.westlaw.com... courseid=169712

Details:

(see course description, above)

(no readings)