LST – Law School Tutor offers free law school exam tips. Below is a tip for law students to apply to a property exam:
Law school students should consider defining the word finder before they analyze the pieces of property that were found. In addition, law school students should consider separating the pieces of property into different IRACs and using different rules depending on what the individual does with the property (ie abandonment).
In addition, law school students should be sure not to mix issues regarding real covenants with equitable servitudes. They should remember to review the remedy being sought (money damages or an injunction). Real covenants also have more elements to meet than equitable servitudes. Finally, they should be aware of the parties in the suit (promisee, promissor or successor).
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