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After a contract is signed, but before title to real property passes,
What are the two methods of voluntary alienation?
A person who dies without a will is said to have died
When a person dies intestate, the person’s property is transferred through
Which is NOT involuntary Alienation?
John died without a will. He was married, but his wife was not on the deed. He had a daughter by a previous marriage. How much of the estate will the spouse receive?
A man died intestate, but had no relatives entitled to be part of his estate. What is the process called when the estate is distributed?
A person moves onto a property under a claim of title based on a recorded instrument. Which is NOT required in order to gain title to the property by adverse possession?
For purposes of adverse possession, which activity does NOT qualify to show that the property has been possessed?
The power of a government to take private property in order to build a highway or school is called
What are the two methods of giving notice to title?
What may happen to a buyer who fails to give notice of her ownership?
Marian Jones has contracted to purchase a house. When she stops by a few days before closing, she sees a couple moving into the house. The family tells her they just signed a one-year lease. Marian has received
What must be done before a deed can be recorded?
Harriet is closing on her home sale when the title closing agent halts the transaction because of a new recorded item. The item may be a lawsuit against the property in the form of a