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Real Property and the Texas Civil Code

1. IDENTIFY THE MODERN ESTATES OF OWNERSHIP FOR REAL PROPERTY
2. LOCATE AND BOOKMARK THE TEXAS CIVIL PRACTICE AND REMEDIES CODE BY TYPING THE CODE IN YOUR GOOGLE OR OTHER SEARCH BAR. DEFINE ADVERSE POSSESSION AND FROM THE CODE, LIST THE SEVERAL STATUTORY LIMITATION PERIODS RELATED TO ACQUIRING PROPERTY BY ADVERSE POSSESSION.

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1. IDENTIFY THE MODERN ESTATES OF OWNERSHIP FOR REAL PROPERTY:
A modern estate of ownership for real property does not limit itself to the soil and the buildings that are attached to the property. It includes every thing under the surface of the soil and in the air above it. Initially, the laws decreed that the ownership of the real property extended from the surface to the center of the earth and upward indefinitely. The modern ownership is a little curtailed because the air space above is considered to be a part of the public air space. Still, the owner of real property owns the private air space above his land. He is also ...

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