Vol. 72 Nbr. 4, September 2007
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- Foreword: thank you, Dale.
- How to solve (or avoid) the exactions problem.
- Risks and realities of mezzanine loans.
- Real estate practice in the twenty-first century.
- Fannie Mae/Freddie Mac uniform mortgage instruments: the forgotten benefit to homeowners.
- Trust and community: the common interest community as metaphor and paradox.
- Why mortgagors can't get no satisfaction.
- Doctrines of waste in a landscape of waste.
- The foreclosure purchase by the equity of redemption holder or other junior interests: when should principles of fairness and morality trump normal priority rules?
- Boundaries of exclusion.
- Mortgage law in China: comparing theory and practice.
- Teaching property - a conceptual approach.
- A bundle of trouble: an analysis of how the lower courts have handled bundled discounts since LePage's Inc. v. 3M.
- Tipping point: Missouri single subject provision.
- Slurred speech and double vision: Missouri's Supreme Court is unsteady on DWI standard: York v. Director of Revenue (1).
- In re N.L.B. v. Lentz: the Missouri Supreme Court's unwarranted extension of a putative father's constitutional protections.
- From one pocket to the other: the abuse of real estate investment trusts deductions.