Aug 15, 2012

Posted in Property II-Fall 2012

Prop 2 Class 2 – Mechanics of Adverse Possession: Tacking and Adverse Possession of Chattels (8/15/12)

Today we will focus on the mechanics of how adverse possession works, and topics related to privity, tacking, and disability. We will close with a discussion of adverse possession of chattels (things, as opposed to real property).

Section B (Afternoon)

Section D (Evening)

Howard v. Kunto

Here are some maps that help explain this case.

O’Keeffee v. Snyder




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  • Robert

    Welcome to Houston! Volokh Conspiracy recommended your blog. You arrived here in time to see our hot, muggy weather. I probably be an occasional reader when you get into things I’m interested in. Hope my fellow Texans have given you warm greetings.

  • Tiffany Alberty

    Hey, thanks for putting this lecture up for Howard v. Kunto, I have been really confused on this case… Now I feel prepared for my upcoming class at John Marshall Law School.