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1. 
Once a person files a homestead, he or she is protected against:


2. 
A water company's rights to run a water line through a person's property would most likely be:


3. 
A married person cannot file a declaration of homestead on property he or she owns:


4. 
Darrell sells Emily a farm, reserving the mineral rights. Darrell wishes to tap a pool of oil under the middle of the farm.
5. 
When there are multiple mechanics' liens filed, how is the lien priority determined?


6. 
A property is encumbered. It is:


7. 
Jackie cleans and grades a lot for construction. The lot owner then obtains a loan and builds. Troy, a painter, is the last one to finish the job and is unpaid.


8. 
An instrument that would be incorporated by reference in a deed would most likely be:


9. 
Leroy sells the back half of his 10-acre parcel to Virginia, granting to Virginia a 10-foot right-of-way along the south boundary. Virginia dies 40 years later. Virginia's spm decides to build on the parcel. Leroy's son has recently fenced the entire front portion of his property. Virginia's son asks Leroy's son to remove the fence so he can have access.


10. 
A declaration of homestead protects against:
11. 
Ralph sold his homestead without filing a declaration of abandonment. He then filed a homestead declaration on another home. The second homestead was:


12. 
A property owner pays the prime contractor and obtains his or her lien waiver.


13. 
A covenant in Norman's deed prohibits him from keeping more than three dogs. Norman builds a commercial kennel. His neighbor would most likely:


14. 
Rhonda's lawn is dug up by a pipeline company that obtained an easement from a previous owner (two years ago). Although it was recorded, she was never told about it. The easement:


15. 
After filing notice of completion, a property owner should wait ___ days before paying the prime contractor.


16. 
Land having a servient tenenment has:


17. 
A write of execution is issued for a(n):


18. 
Albert filed a homestead exemption, then built an addition to his house. Albert did not pay Baker, his contractor. If Baker files a lien:


19. 
An easement by prescription:
20. 
A mechanic's lien takes priority over:
21. 
Six inches of the eaves of Jose's new house hang over his neighbor's land. This is:
22. 
Which of the following is not a conservation easement?
23. 
A search of records would always show:


24. 
While a person does not have an estate, she has the right to use property of another. She would have a(n):


25. 
An easement that is personal would be:


26. 
An attachment is a lien on property for:
27. 
Deed restrictions are created by:


28. 
Which of the following is the proper order of events?
29. 
Which of the following is not an encumbrance?
30. 
A subcontractor must file his or her lien within ___ days if there is no notice of completion


31. 
The following is a true statement:


32. 
The phrase "to be recorded it must be verified" refers to a:


33. 
A property owner pays a general contractor in full and files a notice of completion.
34. 
A lien on property can created by:


35. 
The sheriff's seizure of property prior to a judgment is known as:
36. 
Which of the following is spelled wrong?
37. 
A neighbor feeds pigeons and has attracted hundreds to the area, so you are unable to enjoy your patio. An action you might consider would be to ask the court for a(n):


38. 
An action is started against David, so he files a declaration of homestead as head of a family. The creditor obtains a $250,000 judgment. David sells the house for $325,000. He has a first trust deed for $229,000. The judgment creditor hears of the sale before escrow has closed. He or she can obtain:


39. 
To get rid of a nuisance, a homeowner would ask a court fo a(n):


40. 
Homesteaded property is sold by court order. The first disbursement would be:


41. 
Quentin buys an unfinished house and intends to complete the work himself. He should be concerned with:
42. 
Action for removal of a permanent encroachment must be take:


43. 
How many days does an owner have to file a notice of completion after completion for the notice to effective?
44. 
To remove an easeent, the servient tenement holder could:


45. 
An unrecorded homestead declaration is:


46. 
A deed provided for an easement for access but failed to locate the easement. In this case:


47. 
A person may not file a declaration of homestead if:
48. 
Alex uses Barbara's land continuously and exclusively for 30 years, with Barbara's permission.


49. 
Gilbert would post a notice of nonresponsibility if:


50. 
A wife files a declaration of homestead on community property as head of the family without her husband's knowledge or consent.
51. 
An easement created by reservation:
52. 
Which of the following would be an encumbrance?
53. 
As to restrictions, which of the following is true?
54. 
An easement by prescription would be lost by:
55. 
The maximum posible homestead exemption that a simple person can claim would be:


56. 
Restrictive covenants based on which of the following would be most difficult to enforce?


57. 
Angela files a declaration of homestead as head of a household on a house. The house burns to the ground. Angela rebuilds the house for rental purposes. Brent obtains a judgment against Angela for $120,000. The house is free of encumbrances and is worth $100,000.


58. 
A person can lose his or her homestead by:


59. 
Restrictions binding all owners in a subdivision cannot be placed by:


60. 
A valid mechanic's lien by an electrical contractor must be:
61. 
Generally, the final payment on a construction loan would be given to the builder on:
62. 
As to encumbrances, which of the following is true?


63. 
A 90-year-old, low-income, single, totally disabled homeowner filed a homestead exemption. His maximum exeption would be:


64. 
A homestead cannot be obtained by a(n):


65. 
CC&Rs are most likely to be found in:


66. 
A lien that covers all the property of a person is:


67. 
Mechanic's liens can be filed by:


68. 
An easement appurtenant granted to Alex failed to state the term of the easement. How long does the easement last?


69. 
Anne gives an easement over her land to Boris, so Boris can get to his land. The easement is recorded. Boris then buys Anne's land and sells it to Carole, making no mention of easement. Boris does not use the easement for five years; but when he later wishes to use it, Carole objects.


70. 
A sale of real estate would not affect:


71. 
The priority of mechanic's liens over trust deeds in foreclosure situations would be determined by:


72. 
The easement of utility company that prohibits a property owner from building over a gas line would be:


73. 
By mistake, Sheila builds a shed encroaching on her neighbor's property.


74. 
As to easements, which of the following is false?


75. 
Mechanic's liens are based on:


76. 
Henry has the right to cross Kate's land to get to his home. He most likely has:


77. 
A man is injoured in his neighbor's swimming pool. He sues the neighbor for negligence and obtains a lien. The lien is:


78. 
To obtain an easement by prescription, one must:


79. 
The difference between mechanic's liens and judgment liens is:


80. 
Albert leased property to Brian, Brian gave Charles an easement over the property. At the end of the lease:


81. 
A homestead was inadvertently filed in the wrong county. The:


82. 
The homestead declaration of a 70-year-old single woman living alone would protect her property up to:


83. 
Which of the following CC&Rs is enforceable?


84. 
Charles hired Raj to repair a porch railing for $200. Assume Raj fully performed but is not licensed as a contractor. Which of the following is a true statement?