LEGAL ENGLISH Year Three
2. Real Property Law
Worksheet #2 Group: __________________ Name: ______________________________
Choose the correct term for each of the following explanations: Title interest Property interest Leasehold Grantor Estate pur autre vie Tenant Statute of Frauds License Instrument Inheritable Right of use Licensee Fee simple Conveyance Real property Life estate Fee tail Chattels Real estate Lease Grantee Disposition Trespass Rent
Personal property Landlord or landlady Heir
Freehold estate Deed
Ex: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
: Payment made to a landlord or landlady for the use of property : Personal property (excluding freeholds) : Things that are movable (as opposed to real property) and capable of being owned ( also chattels in common law) : Land and anything attached to it : Land, including anything attached to it : Person to whom the right to use property for a particular purpose is granted : Payment for performance of work or for loss sustained : Transfer of property rights in land from one person to another; instrument used to transfer title to property : A written instrument transferring ownership in property : Deposing of, parting with or otherwise giving up of property; transferring care or possession : Party who receives title to real property (e.g. the buyer) : Party who transfers (grants) title to real property (e.g. the seller) : Whole interest in a piece of real property; the broadest interest in property allowed by common law : Estate which lasts as long as the original grantee or any of his descendants live : Property whose duration of ownership or occupation is not determined : Estate granted only for the life of someone other than the grantee : Sole use and benefit of a property : Person who inherits or is entitled to inherit property on the death of another : Property which can be transferred upon death to a...
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