This app is a MUST for any law student studying Property Law or preparing for the Bar Exam. The app teaches the black-letter rules of property with simple, straightforward explanations. Many examples illustrate each concept. Practice problems ensure concept mastery. Detailed explanations accompany each of the 50 MBE-style practice problems. Perfect for learning, reviewing, and mastering Property Law.
This app covers the following substantive areas: Adverse Possession; Bailment; Co-Ownership; Covenants & Easements; Deed; Finders; Gift; Leases; Land-Sale Contract; Marriage; Mortgage; Recording Act; Title Transfer. For Estates & Future Interests, download the companion app titled: Future Interests Made Simple.
This app was created by Professor Ned Snow. Professor Snow is a Professor of Law at the University of South Carolina, and a graduate of Harvard Law School. He has taught Property Law for nine years.
This app does not provide legal advice specific to your situation or state. For legal advice, consult a licensed attorney.
Ratings and Reviews
Best Property Law Study Aid
If you consistently use this App you will understand property law better and you will probably end up better looking. But seriously Professor Snow knows how to help students understand property law through the app and it is better than any other study aids I tried using.
Got this app to refresh and property law and it was awesome. Teaches you everything you need to know and explains concepts in easy to understand language. The practice problems are on point and the explanations are fantastic. Really good app to nail down 1L property law. Also good refresher for upper level courses and bar prep. Best $.99 I ever spent.
Best app ever for property
I bought the future interests made simple app first, and after downloading that app I wished there was an app that made the entire class simple--and here it is! This app is pure perfection. If greenacre and blackacre are giving you a headacher, this app will save you from yourself!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.