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Bạn có thể bắt đầu thi lý thuyết trắc nghiệm real estate salesperson:

1. 
An owner's right to place a noncommercial sign on her property is protected by the:


2. 
The most important test of a fixture is:


3. 
Which of the following is misspelled?


4. 
The contemporary view of property ownership is ownership of:


5. 
Real property would not include a(n):


6. 
After his or her lease has expired, a former tenant may enter the property and remove:


7. 
According to the classical definition of ownership of land:


8. 
The real estate law comes from:


9. 
Riparian rights are best described as:


10. 
Potable refers to:


11. 
Crops produced by labor are known as:
12. 
community property laws:
13. 
A deed was accidentally destroyed. The owner was fully protected as to his or her property rights because the deed was:
14. 
Emblements refer to:


15. 
Which of the following is a true statement?


16. 
The doctrine of constructive severance applies to:


17. 
Land is added to a waterfront lot when a lake recedes because of:
18. 
Cropland is sold with no provision for the growing crops. Who has the greatest rights to the crops?


19. 
To check what riparian rights he or she has in a property, a landowner should check:


20. 
You acquire property by accession. Most likely you get the property by:


21. 
The following is not appurtenant to real estate:


22. 
How much of the land in California is government-owned?
23. 
Appurtenances are things going with the land. Which of the following are not appurtenances?


24. 
How would you describe a government patent?
25. 
A nonriparian rights owner may get the right to use surplus water from a lake by:


26. 
To determine if the property is real or personal, consider as a test:
27. 
The right to use, exclude, encumber, sell, or lease refers to:


28. 
A landowner obtains the right to take water from another property by:


29. 
Not law but having the force and effect of law describes:
30. 
The Constitution requires just compensation be given when property is taken by the government from a private individual. The right is set forth in the:


31. 
Which of the following would run with the land?


32. 
The right of the reasonable use of water flowing on, under, or adjacent to a property is called a:


33. 
Which of the following is considered personal property?


34. 
All of these are real property except:


35. 
a lease would be a:


36. 
In an area with many abandoned mines, a developer would be primarily concerned with:


37. 
Property is:


38. 
When a river or lake permanently recedes, the land created belongs to the owner of the bank by:
39. 
Our Fair Housing laws have their basis in the:
40. 
Which of the following would be personal property?


41. 
Which of the following would be regarded as real property?


42. 
A problem with personal property that makes ownership rights difficult to ascertain can occur because personal property can:


43. 
a mobile home on wheels would be considered:


44. 
The opposite of avulsion is:


45. 
Bundle of rights refers to:
46. 
Most of California real estate law originally comes from:
47. 
Floodwater accumulating in depressions is known as:
48. 
All item of personal property may be called a :
49. 
Real estate law is created by:


50. 
A landowner can legally protect his or her property against flood damage by:


51. 
Emblements are:


52. 
The right to take adjacent nonflowing water is called:


53. 
As to real and personal property, which of the following is false?
54. 
The system where the title was registered with a registrar is called the:
55. 
To dam or divert water, a landowner must have the approval of: