Property Law and the Public Interest: Cases and Materials

Property Law and the Public Interest remains committed to its central claims, that the concept of property is never static, that property law is both public and private, that property rules perform the socially critical function of mediating between competing claimants to the same resource or object, and that the law of property has always represented a balance between the claims of individual rights and the needs of the larger public.
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This casebook surveys the law of both personal and real property from the perspective of public and private rights and restrictions on things and land. After establishing a framework within which to define property, the text covers not only traditional topics like conveyancing, estates and future interests, leaseholds and inherent and public limitations on use, but also the applicability of such limitations in modern contexts such as intellectual property, housing discrimination, public lands and environmental protection, with brief nods to emerging areas like hydraulic fracturing and GMO regulation.

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