Webster's Real Estate Law in North Carolina
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Lawyers in North Carolina have long relied upon Webster's Real Estate Law in North Carolina as their authoritative reference. This classic handbook remains the single most important source for real estate law in the state. It presents the North Carolina courts' holdings on virtually thousands of questions concerning property law and contains updated standard real estate forms approved by the North Carolina Bar Association, and a new Table of Cases. The book also covers the fundamental principles of the law of real property as developed and defined by North Carolina legislation and judicial opinion.
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Table of contents
Chapter 1, General Provisions
Chapter 2, Fixtures
Chapter 3, Estates Generally
Chapter 4, Inheritable Estates
Chapter 5, Freehold Estates Not Inheritable
Chapter 6, Estates of Less Than Freehold
Chapter 7, Concurrent Ownership
Chapter 7A, Renunciation of Property
Chapter 8, Real Estate Brokerage Law
Chapter 9, Contracts for the Sale of Land
Chapter 10, The Deed
Chapter 11, Covenants for Title in Deeds
Chapter 12, Leases
Chapter 13, Mortgages and Deeds of Trust
Chapter 14, Adverse Possession
Chapter 15, Rights in the Lands of Others; Easements and Profits
Chapter 16, Rights of Enjoyment and Duties Incident to Ownership of Real Property
Chapter 17, Priorities; Recordation
Chapter 18, Private Restrictions on the Use of Lands
Chapter 19, Eminent Domain
Chapter 20, Liens on Real Property
Chapter 21, Title Examination Generally
Chapter 22, the Chain of Title
Chapter 23, Examination of the Sources of Title
Chapter 24, Objections to Title
Chapter 25, Marketable Title Act; Perpetuities Reform; Related Legislation
Chapter 26, Opinion of Title
Chapter 27, Title Insurance
Chapter 28, Parol, Resulting and Constructive Trust
Chapter 29, Time Share Ownership
Chapter 30, North Carolina Condominium Act
Chapter 30A, North Carolina Planned Community Act
Chapter 31, Fair Housing
Appendix A, Siting and Operation of Wind Energy Facilities
Appendix B, Roles of Lawyers and Non-Lawyers in Real Estate Closings
Table of Cases
Table of Statutes