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LAW OF REAL PROPERTY,
A COMPLETE GOMPENDIUM OF REAL ESTATE LAW, EMBRAGING: ALL GUR-
OF REAL PROPERTY.
TILGHMAN E. BALLARD,
* Ballards' Real Estate Statutes of Indiana,” “Ballards' Real Estate Statutes of Ken-
of “Thornton & Ballards' Annotated Indiana Practice Code."
Wideness of the field covered by this work.
More than one-half of all the civil cases which are act:ally litigated upon their merits in courts of last resort, and a large proportion of the statutes enacted by the several state legislatures, and the national congress, either directly or indi. rectly affect some right, title or interest in some sort of real property and may all be logically classified under the following sub-divisions of that very important branch of the law known as THE LAW OF REAL PROPERTY :
Real estate agent
Of these subjects, those which pertain exclusively to real estate are exhaustively covered, and the others are treated just as thoroughly upon all points which can in any way affect any kind of an interest in real property. The test as to when to consult this work lies in the answer to the question, is land, houses, water, or any real interest or right thereto involved, whether the question be one of law, equity, evidence or practice. The comprehensive and thorough analysis of the many şub-divisions of the many subjects covered is fully shown by the one complete index to the entire series always kept up under one alphabetical arrangement. It is a real index. It finds what you want, and finds it quick.