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What do deed restrictions enforce an owner to specify?
The owner of a property wants to control the future use of the property, what is the best way to implement this?
Which is an example of a way voluntary transfer can occur?
How does a court proceeding settle descendant’s estate?
An unforced transfer of title by sale or gift is referred to as?
Who holds legal title in a estate held in trust?
The government want to turn a two lane road into four lanes. In order to do so the must buy property from home owners on the street. A few of the home owner’s do not wish to sell some of their land. What legal power does the government have to buy the land without the consent of the owners?
In order to claim legal title, what must an adverse processor demonstrate?
If one in a tenancy in common, who will receive their property if they die without implementing a will?
Which of the following descibes a person to whom an interest in a real property is conveyed?
Who is required to sign the deed at closing when spouses have transferred from another state and purchase a home in Georgia?
What best describes a deed?
Involuntary alienation includes which of the following?
When is the prescriptive period to acquire title to real property by adverse possession reduced in Georgia?
What will is recognizable by all states and is preferred by courts?