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Property by Mind Map: Property

1. Classification of Present and Future Estates

1.1. Present Possessory Interest

1.1.1. Fee Absolute Defeasible Determinable Subject to Condition Subsequent Subject to Executory Interest Tail

1.1.2. Life

1.1.3. Term

1.2. Future Interest

1.2.1. Reversionary Interest Possibility of Reverter Right of Entry / Powers of Termination Reversion

1.2.2. Executory Interest

1.2.3. Remainder Vested Remainder Rule of Convenience Contingent Remainder

1.3. Construction Rules

1.3.1. Waste

1.3.2. Rule Against Perpetuities Vest Remainder Subj Open, Exec Int., Cont. Remaind

1.4. Concurrent Estates

1.4.1. Joint Tenancy Title Theory Severs

1.4.2. Tenancy by the Entirety

1.4.3. Tenancy in Common Income and Expenses

2. Land Use

2.1. Affirmative Entry

2.1.1. Easements Types Appurtenant In Gross Creation Writing Implication Prescription/AP Public Use Scope Termination Actions of the Owner of Servient Estate Actions of the Owner of Easement

2.1.2. Profit

2.1.3. License

2.2. Dictate Use

2.2.1. Covenant

2.2.2. Servitude Implied Reciprocal Servitude

2.2.3. Termination

2.3. Support Rights

2.3.1. Strict Liability

2.4. Water Rights

2.4.1. Watercourses

2.4.2. Ground/PercolatingWater

2.4.3. Diffuse Surface Water

3. Competing Claimants

3.1. Adverse Possession

3.1.1. Elements Physical Cotenants Mental Time

3.1.2. Scope

3.1.3. Disability

3.2. Equitable Conversion

3.2.1. Buyer has liability

3.3. Marketable Title

3.3.1. Merger Doctrine Present Covenants Future Covenants

3.4. Conveyance by Deed

3.4.1. Valid Deed

3.4.2. Delivery

3.4.3. Acceptance

3.5. Recording Acts & Titles

3.5.1. Types Notice Statute Without Notice Pays Value Race-Notice Statute

3.5.2. Process of Recording Tract Index Grantor/Grantee Index

3.6. Land Security Devices

3.6.1. Mortgage Remedies Creditors Remedy Debtors Remedy Transfer Lien/Title Theory Jurisdiction Lien Theory - Mortgagee is lien only Title Theory - Mortgage is title

3.6.2. Deed of Trust

3.6.3. Land Sale Installment K

4. Landlord/Tenant

4.1. Step 1: Determine Types of Tenancies

4.1.1. Tenancy for Years

4.1.2. Periodic Tenancy

4.1.3. Tenancy At-Will

4.1.4. Tenancy at Sufferance (Holdover Tenant)

4.2. Step 2: Determine Type of Dispute

4.2.1. Dispute over Rent Step 1: How much to sue for? Step 2: Does T have Defenses?

4.2.2. Who Must Maintain Implied Warranty of Habitability Tenant must avoid waste

4.2.3. Fight Over Possession

4.2.4. Dispute over Improvements

4.3. Step 3: Determine if Interest Transfered and Its Effects

4.3.1. T transfers to T1 Assignee Sublessee