This edition of my work on Real Property follows, for the most part, the arrangement of the previous edition, but it represents a much more extended treat ment of the subject, a more copious citation of cases, and a more frequent and fuller discussion of the problems which present themselves.

My obligations to others in connection with the-first edition are stated in the preface thereto. My weightiest obligations in connection with this edition are to the authors of articles and editorial notes in the various Law School magazines, obligations which arc more particularly indicated by citations in the notes to this work. These citations serve not only to indicate to some extent, my indebtedness in this regard, but also to guide the reader to a valuable literature bearing on the subject, and they thus materially contribute to the practical utility of the treatise.

H. T. T

Baltimore, January, 1920.