A basic survey of the law of property examines the forms and methods by which property interests are held, used, and transferred. This course discusses the evolution of an ownership-based property system, and includes specific units on the following topics: (1) acquisition of property by capture; (2) acquisition of property by creation; (3) bundles of rights; (4) acquisition by find; (5) adverse possession; (6) gifts; (7) the system of estates; (8) future interests (9) co-ownership and marital interests; (10) leaseholds; (11) mortgages and foreclosures; (12) the law of servitudes; (13) zoning; and (14) eminent domain.Running sports | Nike