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This the 1L Property Law course at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

This course explores the legal institution of property, primarily through an examination of the possession, ownership, and use of land. Topics may include different ways of acquiring property, such as by capture, discovery, creation, adverse possession, and prescription; estates in land; rights in other persons' land; landlord/tenant; basic land transactions; public and private control of land use; and eminent domain.

Property Law (Fall 2011) - Professor Polk Wagner - Fall 2011 Class Sessions (Slides + Audio) University of Pennsylvania

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This the 1L Property Law course at the University of Pennsylvania Law School.

This course explores the legal institution of property, primarily through an examination of the possession, ownership, and use of land. Topics may include different ways of acquiring property, such as by capture, discovery, creation, adverse possession, and prescription; estates in land; rights in other persons' land; landlord/tenant; basic land transactions; public and private control of land use; and eminent domain.

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3.5 out of 5
8 Ratings

8 Ratings

Mssspell ,

Amazing resource, subpar recording quality

Great study resource. I enjoyed the professor a lot and feel the explanations are helpful, even if you didn’t take this class and do their readings, which was my position.
The reason I can’t give this five stars is the bad recording quality. It’s very difficult to hear what students say and the professor cuts in and out at different volumes at times.

SenatorZhao ,

Does Anyone has the Outline for this Course?

Great lecture.

Immtrader ,

Social Indoctrination Center

The Judicial Branch of our government is for the enforcement of our laws and law school should be dedicated to education of the endeavor NOT to determine if the law is correct or not Socialistic. The entire tone of the 1st class lecture revolves around “Was the Plaintiff a jerk for refusing to let the Defendant trespass upon his land” and “would society be better if the land owner’s rights were waved to accommodate the trespassers” and NOT discussing the proper application of the law to the Case Study.

If the tone of the lecture series changes I’ll gladly update my review.

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