Principles, Problems, and CasesBook - 2012
Like the successful constitutional law casebook by this same author, this brand-new property law casebook is distinctive for its use of direct explanation to set the cases in an understandable context. A narrative thread, in introductions and note commentary, reveals the doctrine while promoting inquiry and debate about the policy rationales. Abundant problems test student understanding of the doctrines. Questions frame policy issues and trigger discussion. Provocative cases introduce the societal contingency of the concept of property. And a comprehensive teacher's manual covers all the questions, notes, and problems, and includes additional hypothetical problems for class discussion.
Publisher: St. Paul, MN : Thomson/West, c2012
Branch Call Number: 346.7304 M416
Characteristics: xxxiii, 883 p. ; 26 cm. + teacher's manual
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