Fee simple estate.
Conditional fee estate.
An easement appurtenant.
An easement by necessity.
An estate in land.
Is the dominant tenement.
Is the servient tenement.
Can be cleared of the easement when the property owner of the remaining acre sells it to a third party.
Is subject to an easement in gross.
Of unsecured creditors.
That result from unpaid taxes.
That result from foreclosure of a mortgage.
That result from the costs of improvements.
Demonstrate the police power of the state.
Ensure the health, safety, and welfare of the community.
Set limits on the amount and kinds of businesses in a given area.
Protect residential neighborhoods from encroachment by business and industry.
Legal life estate.
An easement in gross.
As easement by prescription.
A conditional use pemrit.
The municipality must contruct a street to create access.
The owner must create an easement by condemnation to provide access.
An easement by prescription should be granted.
An easement by necesity must be created for the land-locked parcel.
A conventional life estate
A fee simple estate
A joint tenancy
County in which its owner resides.
County in which it is located.
Owner's legal heirs.
As a joint tenant with the right of survivorship.
As a tenant in common with the deceased owner's heirs.
An attorney in fact.
Planned unit development.
Community property owners.
Tenants in common.
Grantees, ownership, claim of right, and possession.
Title, interest, encumbrance, and survivorship.
Possession, time, interest, and title.
Ownership, possession, heirs, and title.
The co-tenants must be husband and wife.
The property in question must be community property.
Upon the death of a co-tenant, the decedent's interest passes to heirs.
In the event of a dispute the property must be partitioned.
The number of investors is limited to 10.
All the partners participate in running the business.
The general partners run the business.
Investors may participate with only a small amount of capital but with unlimited liability.
Become a stockholder in a corporation.
Own her individual apartment.
Own the common elements.
Receive a 20-year lease.
6 square miles.
23,040 square feet.
They hold title as joint tenants.
They hold title as tenants in common.
There is a right of survivorship between the owners.
The property is held in the entirety.
Signed and recorded.
Delivered and accepted.
Filed and microfilmed.
Executed and mailed.
Transfer title rights.
Give constructive notice.
Prevent adverse possession.
Parol evidence rule.
Statute of limitations.
Rule of civil procedure.
Statute of frauds.
A bargain and sale deed
A quitclaim deed
A warranty deed
A grant deed
Grantor and grantee.
Grantee and two witnesses.
It is signed by an attorney-in-fact rather than the seller.
The grantor is not a legal entity.
The grantor is a minor.
The grantor did not deliver the deed.
In units of $1,000 at a rate of $1.00 for each unit or fraction of a unit
In units of $500, at the rate of seventy-five cents for each unit or fraction of a unit
In units of $100, at the rate of thirty-five cents for each unit or fraction of a unit
There is no Real Estate Transfer Tax in Illinois.
A trust deed
A warranty deed
A title insurance policy
A lis pendens
An estoppel certificate
A suit to quiet title
A writ of attachment
An affidavit of title.
A certificate of title.
An abstract of title.
A title insurance policy.
The policy is issued for the benefit of the buyer.
The policy guarantees that the buyer's equity will be protected.
The amount of coverage is commensurate with the loan amount.
The amount of coverage increases as the borrower's equity increases.
Because the mortgage lender requires it.
To ensure that the buyer has marketable title.
To ensure that the abstractor has prepared a complete summary of title.
To pay future liens that may be filed.
A condensed history of title ownership
Evidence of title
A list of successive owners of the property up to the present
A marketable title