Knowing all the ins and outs of property law from state to state can be a difficult and time-consuming task. When issues arise related to ownership and tenancy of property, it is important for lawyers, real estate brokers and agents, and landmen to have an efficient and comprehensive way to both understand and clarify the precedents, regulations, and rights associated with state property laws.
Lytton's Handbook on Texas Property Law covers a broad expanse of various aspects of Texas property law, and it offers a range of comprehensive perspectives on many topics related to property, ownership, sovereignty, and landlord/tenant rights. Containing thirty chapters with extensive citations to legal authority, it provides law and real estate professionals with a user-friendly and practical guidebook for quickly and efficiently navigating and understanding Texas property law, codes, and legal precedent.
When legal disputes arise related to owning and leasing property; maintaining estates; managing residential or commercial tenancies and condominiums; handling deeds, mortgages, and covenants; and controlling rights to waters, soils, and products of the land, this comprehensive handbook can help both professionals and laypersons better understand both the laws and how to approach resolution.