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Landowners can't get damages for loss of minerals they never intended to use. Bad news for lazy people everywhere.
Constructive eviction granted for water leak in office building. Boring case, boring clue.
The scheme of this development probably didn't include a gas station in the center. Whoops!
Elizabeth Warren would have loved this answer: 'Well, you can make the contract, even if courts won't enforce it...'
Variance granted to prevent undue hardship on man building beach house. #firstworldproblems
Shirley McLaine Parker doesn't have to mitigate; landlords do. Life is way better if you're a movie star.
Obligation to maintain the land 'touches and concerns' the land. I'd say so.
Oil rigs create big nuisance. It's called Texas.
You can't get damages if nobody cares that your house is destroying the wetlands. Neither can all those poor defenseless animals.
I think that chasing your neighbor's kids around threatening them is pretty much the definition of 'adverse.'
I bet the books they sell here are way more exciting than Dukeminier.
From the deck of this guys beach house, he can look out and watch sailboats 'tacking' in the wind.
Non-ghastly defects in a house must be disclosed too.
Zoning ordinance keeps poor kids out. They also could've just charged HLS tuition.
I drink your milkshake!
Bank fails to perform due diligence in foreclosure sale. Court awards little guy damages; Elizabeth Warren rejoices.
English case allows negative covenants not to develop. Finally those Brits get something right!
This case involved the Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act. Can't make this stuff up.
Pretty much anything counts as 'public purpose' for eminent domain. So that's how Harvard built that skating rink!
This case is an encumbrance on my brain.
'Old Mother Hubbard / went to the cupboard / to give the poor dog a useless deed'
Old lady blocks hospital construction. At least she doesn't own cats.
Two guys signing a lease have no idea what 'quiet enjoyment' is. They should have asked Dick Krej!
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Irrevocable license granted for old dirt road. I thought we were finished with reliance after Contracts...
Developer tries to break earlier promise by selling his last single-family lot to an apartment developer. Not cool.
Personally, I'd rather them have torn down the train station to build an ESPNZone. That's a landmark, right?
Developer doesn't realize that cow manure stinks. Old people can't smell it anyways!
The fox was killed on a 'wasteland' called the 'beach.' I guess the Jersey Shore hasn't changed since 1805.
Quasi-easement for sewage pipe under property. Would you prefer they just dug holes?
What's commercially unreasonable about shaking a sublessor down for more money?
The implied warranty of habitability must not apply to Gropius dorms.
The more things change, the more subdivision CC&Rs remain the same.
Nearly Headless Nick has trouble selling his home.
Tenant fails to pay rent on go-kart track after taking an assignment of the lease. It wasn't as fun as Caine's Arcade.
Sheriff sells foreclosed property to someone who doesn't know what a 'general warranty deed' is. Guess he could have sold it to pretty much anyone.
Apparently you can buy a house without providing your name, the price, or a signature. No wonder the housing market crashed.
Beachfront property has no value anymore? I'll buy some for $5...
Aesthetic zoning restrictions are constitutional. And they still let Wasserstein happen?
Fortunately, they don't need to reserve any parking spaces for ambulances.
Apparently this city wants very much to be known as a place where free speech is stifled.
Court allows pollution, as long as polluters pay permanent damages. Sort of like a judicial cap-and-trade thingy.
I and my soulless friends would probably like to live here. No dogs allowed!
Courts don't like self-help. Lousy liberals.
Geometrical zoning plan upheld. Very geometrical.
The American Rule trumps the English Rule. A revolution in landlord-tenant law.
Not a divorce case, but it sounds like one. Delivery must be made with intent to deliver.

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