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Annual crops, when still growing and just before harvest, are generally considered personal property by courts of law.
True
T/F
If A and B own land as Tenants in the Entirety and A dies with a will, B will own the entire land at A's death even if A has willed the land to someone else.
True
T/F
An emblement is a claim, lien, or liability attached to or binding real property
True
T/F
A grantee makes a grant
False
T/F
An oral contract for land can be enforceable
False
A possessory interest in land?
Estate
What is referred to as a bundle of rights?
Property
Personal property that has become so affixed to the real property that it is regarded as part of the reality.
Fixtures
land and anything permanently affixed to it
Real property
all property that is not apart of real property
Personal property
when the life tenant dies, the property goes to who?
remaindermen
a possessory estate in land
joint estate
Power to zone comes from "_____ power"
police
the highest type of ownership
fee simple (absolute)
A common form of co-ownership of land is ________ _______ with right of survivorship.
Tenancy in Common
In re
with regards to
Acquiescence
when you are silent and so your right does not count after the fact
Just Compensation
You must be paid what it is worth through due process
Taking
In adverse possession when someone else has had it without permission for like 2 years and you take over for 13 years, the other 2 years are ??tacked on.??
Waste
Something put on real property that can take away or add value
What is a chattel
a piece of property
list 3 entities with powers of eminent domain.
federal government
public utilities
state gov
county gov
public services (firestation)
What is a dominant estate?
it is the estate that benefits from easement
example of dominant estate
Whe there is a cliff and you can not get to your property without going through your neighbors land. The one with the cliff is the dominant

****Try to come up with your own here******
What is the servant estate?
The property with the road through it
example of of servant estate
if a neighbor has an easement through your land because of a a cliff preventing entry through his land
list 3 sub-categories of FEE SIMPLE
*absolute
*determinable
*Subject to conditions subsequent