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Warren's Weed New York Real Property
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Next, the chapter provides discussion on describing property in general terms; describing property as bounded by other lands; describing property as bounded by navigable and nonnavigable waters; describing property by following the line of a street as it stood when the deed was conveyed; describing land as bound by a structure, party wall, or lot number on a map; describing land in terms of street numbers; and describing land in a survey description. Further, the chapter provides guidance for dealing with errors and defects in description, curing defective descriptions by recital, resolving inconsistencies and ambiguities in descriptions, describing dimensions or acreage, and conveying a right of meadow.
Warren's Weed New York Real Property (Matthew Bender) is the definitive source on New York real property law. It contains more than 160 comprehensive topical chapters prepared by seasoned experts on New York real estate law, and it provides annual legislative updates along with a complete subject index. It is recognized by the courts as the authoritative treatise on New York real property law, and is often cited by the courts.
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