REAL PROPERTY

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REAL PROPERTY by Mind Map: REAL PROPERTY

1. III. REAL PROPERTY CONTRACT

2. V. TITLES

3. II. RIGHTS IN LAND

3.1. Special Problems

4. I. OWNERSHIP

4.1. PRESENT ESTATES

4.1.1. FEE SIMPLE

4.1.2. DEFEASIBLE FEE SIMPLE

4.1.2.1. The words "so long as" created Fee simple determinable (possibility of reverter to grantor), whereas "but if", which created fee simple which created FM CP and right to entry.

4.1.2.1.1. As a FS, even if only determinable or any defeasible FS, church not liable for waste (like a LI would), if they gave their underground for mining

4.1.3. LIFE ESTATES

4.1.4. CHART OF THE BASIC ESTATES

4.2. COTENANCY

4.2.1. TENANTS IN COMMON

4.2.2. JOINT TENANTS

4.2.2.1. Severance of the Joint Tenancy

4.2.2.1.1. JT can be turned into TinC if one JT alienates his rights to a 3rd party.

4.2.3. TENANTS BY THE ENTIRETY

4.2.4. RIGHTS AND OBLIGATIONS OF CO-TENANTS

4.3. FUTURE INTERESTS

4.3.1. REVERSIONS

4.3.2. REMAINDERS

4.3.2.1. VESTED REMAINDERS

4.3.2.2. CONTIGENT REMAINDERS

4.3.3. EXECUTORY INTERESTS

4.3.4. POSSIBILITIES OF REVERTER, POWERS OF TERMINATION

4.3.5. FUTURE INTEREST CHART

4.4. LANDLORD TENANT

4.4.1. FITNESS AND SUITABILITY OF PREMISES

4.4.2. TYPES OF HOLDINGS: CREATION AND TERMINATION

4.4.3. ASSIGNMENT

4.4.4. SUBLETTING

4.4.5. RENT

4.4.6. SURRENDER, MITIGATION OF DAMAGES AND ANTICIPATORY BREACH

4.5. INTEREST IN TRUSTS

4.5.1. SETTLORS

4.5.2. TRUSTEES

4.5.3. BENEFICIARIES

4.5.4. CHARITABLE TRUSTS

4.6. SPECIAL PROBLEMS

4.6.1. RULE AGAINST PERPETAITIES

4.6.2. ANALYSIS AND APPLICATION

4.6.3. SPECIAL APPLICATIONS AND MODIFICATIONS OF THE RULE

4.6.4. ALIENABILITY, DESCENDABILITY, AND DEVISABILITY

4.6.4.1. A disabling restrain on alienability is always invalid, whether in a FS or even in a LE

5. IV. Mortgages

6. As a FS, even if only determinable, church not liable for waste (like a LI would), if they gave their underground for mini

7. The words "so long as" created Fee simple determinable (possibility of reverter to grantor), whereas "but if", which created fee simple which created FM CP and right to entry.