Jury Instructions in Real Estate Litigation, Second Edition, is Professor Eades' newest jury instruction title for LexisNexis. It is a comprehensive collection of jury instructions related to issues most likely to arise in real estate litigation. This edition includes hundreds of instructions, each with supporting authority from all 50 states, commentary regarding the use of the instruction, and collateral references such as pertinent law review articles. It makes a fine addition to the other Jury Instructions titles by Professor Eades. Use Jury Instructions in Real Estate Litigation to evaluate a case at the consultation stage. The instructions can help you focus in on applicable issues and supporting authorities. It covers numerous areas of real estate law, including covenants, deeds, buyers and sellers, landlords and tenants, eminent domain, waters, and much more.1029 (Summer 2005); The Inherent Ambiguity of Commercial Real Estate Values, 13 Va. ...  Instruction In determining an amount of damages, you should consider any evidence tending to show the injury is repairable. If the injury cannot be repaired, or if the cost of restoration of the property to its prior condition would be greater than the market value of the property, ...  Supportive Authority Jaasma v.
|Title||:||Jury Instructions in Real Estate Litigation|
|Author||:||Ronald W. Eades|
|Publisher||:||LexisNexis - 2015-01-28|