South Carolina Residential Real Property Law and Practice
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As the title suggests, South Carolina Residential Real Property Law and Practice focuses on the law of residential real property in South Carolina, which is unusual in some respects.
While the vestiges of eighteenth-century statutes still leave their marks on some of the state’s doctrines, South Carolina’s common law and statutory reforms often look like the law of other states. South Carolina Residential Real Property Law and Practice discusses key residential real property law doctrines and frameworks in the state.
Topical coverage includes types of property interests; title to real property; adverse possession; conveyance of property; landlord-tenant law; mortgages and mortgage foreclosure; nuisance and trespass; zoning; and much more. There is also a variety of sample forms that may be used in typical residential real estate transactions.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Estates in Real Estate
Chapter 2 Concurrent Ownership of Real Estate
Chapter 3 Interests in Land of Another
Chapter 4 Title by Adverse Possession
Chapter 5 Purchase Agreements
Chapter 6 Recording, Title Priority, and Title Insurance
Chapter 7 Mortgages and Mortgage Foreclosure
Chapter 8 Deeds
Chapter 9 Landlord-Tenant Law
Chapter 10 Nuisance and Trespass
Chapter 11 Zoning