Note on Legal Concepts for Real Property

What are basic legal tenets of real property and rights of ownership in the United States?
Lynne B. Sagalyn
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Real estate, land, and improvements can be defined both in a physical and legal sense as the rights to own or use them. This note discusses the physical attributes of real estate, the statute of frauds, the rights of ownership, and the constraints on the ownership of real property.

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