Powell on Real Property is a definitive and modern real property treatise. Powell’s authoritative, national coverage includes in-depth analysis of the pertinent case law, statutes, and regulations. Over 130 chapters and several practice guides cover the gamut of real estate issues with clear explanations of the current law., including updated analysis of complex property issues related to Rails-to-Trails and updated information and analysis on Green Buildings. Statements of law are supported by abundant citations to statutes, regulations, case law, law review commentary, and more.
An important national treatise on real property law, Thompson on Real Property, Thomas Editions, was completely revised and modernized in the 1990s by editor-in-chief David A. Thomas and more than 30 other noted legal scholars. Together, they contributed over 100 chapters of up-to-date, comprehensive, and in-depth coverage of real property law.
Call Number: KF590 .A84; available on Lexis and Westlaw
Publication Date: 1977- (kept current with pocket parts)
This work is a comprehensive collection of the law surrounding the landlord–tenant relationship. It covers tenants' rights and remedies, landlords' rights and remedies, transfers of interest, tort liability, and federal bankruptcy proceedings.
Publication Date: 1997- (kept current with pocket parts)
This work is the Institute’s first comprehensive examination of the law of real estate mortgages and mortgage substitutes. It provides both coherent doctrine and supporting analysis to meet the needs of the lending industry while providing reasonable protection for borrowers.
Publication Date: 2000- (kept current with pocket parts)
This authoritative work completely supersedes the original Restatement of this subject published in 1944 and restates one of the most complex and archaic bodies of 20th-century American law. It is a clear, comprehensive, rational body of law ideally suited for land use and development in the 21st century.