95. What is the estate in entirety?

Chapter Fourteen

96. D devises lands to T, to manage the same for benefit of B, paying him the net income. What is this arrangement called. What are T and B respectively called?

97. What was a "use"? What was the Statute of Mortmain? the statute of uses?

98. To what uses was the statute of uses deemed not to apply?

99. Make a table of trusts.

100. Can a trust in real property be declared orally?

101. Testator leaves property to his eldest son, John, stating that he hopes and has full confidence that John will use it to send his brother through college. Can William compel John to carry out his father's hope?

102. Testator leaves a fund to trustees for them and their successors to perpetually hold in trust for the endowment of a hospital. Also another fund for the perpetual care of his grave. Are these trusts valid? Suppose the hospital was to be conducted for profit and the net income paid to named beneficiaries would the trust be valid? Why?

103. What is the cy pres doctrine?

104. A trustee has funds to invest. He invests them in stock of a corporation which fails. Is he personally responsible?

What is the general rule as to nature of investment by trustee?

105. Testator gives property to T in trust for B's benefit, providing that B cannot anticipate the income by assignment or pledge. B borrows money from L, assigning his future income under the trust for a stated period. Can L get any judicial relief to prevent B from collecting this income?

106. A buys property with B's funds, and takes title In A's name. What right has B?

107. What is a constructive trust? Give some examples.

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108. What is a conditional estate?

Chapter Sixteen

109. What was the effect at common law of a failure to pay a debt secured by mortgage?

110. What was the equity of redemption? Why was it allowed?

111. What was foreclosure? How did it fail of justice under the early equitable theory?

112. How is a mortgage foreclosed in modern times.

113. D mortgages his lands to C. Who under modern law has the legal title? Can C convey the legal title? Do D's heirs or C's heirs take the title on death of D or C?

114. What is a trust deed in the nature of the mortgage?

115. A conveyed to B by warranty deed. A now claims that desiring to borrow some money from B, B let him have the same upon the deed being made with an agreement to reconvey to A when the debt should be paid and that B now refuses to reconvey. If A can establish this case by proof will the courts give him any, and if so what relief?

116. What is a power of sale in a mortgage? Is it good?

117. What is the meaning of the phrase "Once a mortgage, always a mortgage"?

118. How may the mortgagee make his mortgage good against third persons subsequently dealing with, or acquiring rights against, the mortgagor?

119. Who is entitled to possession under a mortgage?

120. A sells property to B. The property is subject to a mortgage properly recorded. Can the mortgage be foreclosed as against B? Can B get a deficiency judgment or decree against B? Can A cut off his own personal liability by such a transfer?

121. May the debt secured by mortgage be sold? How is this accomplished ?

122. Can the mortgagee eject the mortgagor from possession?

123. Define the kinds of foreclosure.

124. What is meant by statutory right of redemption?

125. Describe a junior mortgage.

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126. If A's land is bounded by a roadway separating his land from that of B, does A own any of the roadway?

127. What was "navigability" at common law for the purpose of determining boundaries?

128. A's land is upon the west bank of the Illinois River. Where is the boundary of his land?

129. Has A a right to prevent B from fishing from his bank? From fishing from a boat floating in the river?

130. Where land borders on a lake where is the boundary line?

131. What is a meander line?

Chapter Eighteen

132. Define an easement.

133. What is a positive easement? A negative easement?

134. Can a person get by prescription an easement to have light come over his neighbor's land?

135. What is an easement in gross? What is meant by dominant estate? Servient estate?

136. What is prescription?

137. What is an easement of necessity?

138. How does an easement differ from a license?

139. A owns lot A and has an easement over lot B for benefit of lot A. He sells lot A to X. Is X entitled to the easement? If owner of lot B sells to Y, does Y take subject to the easement?

140. How are easements lost?

141. What is a profit a prendre? Name the different kinds.

142. A's land adjoins B. B desires to dig out soil and dirt, but this will cause A's land to give way. Can B make the excavation without liability to A? Has B a right to build up an artificial wall to give A the same support? If A has a building on his land, can B make an excavation that would not have affected A's land except for the building? What precaution must he take?

Chapter Nineteen

143. What is meant by "adverse possession"?

144. What was essential to title by adverse possession at common law?

145. What other periods of limitation have been established by statute?

146. A has adverse possession of X's land for ten years; after A's death, his son B keeps up the adverse possession for another ten years. Can the two periods be tacked together?

147. Define escheat; forfeiture.

148. A's land, which is bordered by the lake, is gradually added to by the deposit of the sand. Who owns the title to this new land?

149. What is erosion?

Chapter Twenty

150. A wishes to buy land from the X corporation. Is it any concern of his whether the X corporation owned the land for proper corporate purposes?