This multi-volume treatise is devoted to discussing topics in real property. Although it is primarily devoted to discussing decisions and developments in real property in the past forty years, it also offers background into the development of modern property law. It is divided into six parts - Part I, Introduction; Part II, Capacity to hold and deal with interests in land; Part IIII, Permissible interests in Land; Part IV, Relations between owners of permissible interests in land; Part V, Relations between owners of permissible interests in land and the community; and Part VI, Acquisition and transfer of interests in land. The set also includes a practice guide that offers practice tips for practitioners. Georgetown orders and binds a new set of the title every three years.