Property Law Policy Outline

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Ron Don Volante
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Property Law Policy Outline

Postby Ron Don Volante » Thu Dec 11, 2014 6:47 pm

Taking a shot in the dark here: anybody happen to have any resources that spell out general policy args for basic 1L prop topics?

Exam tomorrow and I've spent far too much time on black letter shit. Should have time still to do this myself but any resources would be much appreciated!

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Re: Property Law Policy Outline

Postby Stylistics » Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:34 pm

Just do fairness for everything.
Are your profs' initials JS? If so we might have the same exam.

Ron Don Volante wrote:Taking a shot in the dark here: anybody happen to have any resources that spell out general policy args for basic 1L prop topics?

Exam tomorrow and I've spent far too much time on black letter shit. Should have time still to do this myself but any resources would be much appreciated!

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Re: Property Law Policy Outline

Postby Ron Don Volante » Thu Dec 11, 2014 9:37 pm

You go to UT?

Sturly? no I have Blais

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Re: Property Law Policy Outline

Postby Attax » Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:27 pm

Sturley is Michael, so not JS.

I basically only know policy shit for adverse possession:

economic theory - best use of the land
sitting theory - the TO was sitting on their rights, so this gets the property actually used.

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Re: Property Law Policy Outline

Postby postard » Thu Dec 11, 2014 10:33 pm

Goals of Property Law: fairness, efficiency, consistency, continuity, autonomy, community, self-reliance, and human dignity.

Think about how you would prioritize them, based on your own values, in the given circumstance. That's what my property policy questions were oriented around.




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