Học Thi Real Estate License ở California: Introduction to Real Estate Dat Hoang February 21, 2020 No Comments 1. Our Fair Housing laws have their basis in the: First Amendment Fourth Amendment Fifth Amendment Fourteenth Amendment 2. Which of the following would be personal property? an easement a trade fixture water rights mineral rights HintTrade fixtures remain personal property. 3. The system where the title was registered with a registrar is called the: recording system allodial system stare decisis Torrens System 4. According to the classical definition of ownership of land: one owns all the land below and some of the air space above one owns all the sky above and some of the land below one owns all the sky above and the land below to the center of the earth one owns some of the land below and some of the sky above Hint"Classical" not contemporary. 5. Bundle of rights refers to: mineral and water rights tenant rights government rights all beneficial rights in property 6. Which of the following would run with the land? riparian rights littoral rights shares in a mutual water company all of the above HintAll are real property. 7. A landowner obtains the right to take water from another property by: riparian rights appropriation avulsion alluvium HintPrior appropriation. 8. After his or her lease has expired, a former tenant may enter the property and remove: fixtures emblements fences none of these HintCrops that were the fruits of his or her labor. 9. community property laws: are based on English common law are based on the Canons of Ethics of the American Bar Association are based on Spanish law accepted by the Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo none of these 10. To dam or divert water, a landowner must have the approval of: the local flood control district the state water and power commission all adjoining land users all of these 11. Which of the following is considered personal property? land physical improvements growing trees a trust deed HintThis is a chattel real. 12. The following is not appurtenant to real estate: growing trees buildings fences trade fixtures HintThey do not transfer with the realty. 13. Emblements refer to: landscaping crops fixtures none of these HintRegarded as personal property. 14. The contemporary view of property ownership is ownership of: usable land and infinite air space infinite land and infinite air space land only none of these HintLand plus reasonable air space. 15. The most important test of a fixture is: adaptability cost method of attachment intent Hintwas the intent to make it part of realty? 16. Not law but having the force and effect of law describes: common law Torrens system constitutional amendment administrative agency regulations 17. Appurtenances are things going with the land. Which of the following are not appurtenances? fences buildings shares in a mutual water company none of the above HintAll go with the land 18. Floodwater accumulating in depressions is known as: inundation sheet flooding ponding flood plain 19. 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: First Amendment Second Amendment Fifth Amendment Fourteenth Amendment HintApplies to eminent domain. 20. The opposite of avulsion is: accretion correlative users ponding reliction HintAvulsion is rapid tearing away of soil but accretion is a gradual buildup. 21. Most of California real estate law originally comes from: Spanish law Mexican law English common law the Commissioner's regulations 22. In an area with many abandoned mines, a developer would be primarily concerned with: adjacent support subjacent support lateral support inundation HintUnderneath support. 23. A problem with personal property that makes ownership rights difficult to ascertain can occur because personal property can: be alienated be hypothecated become real property all of the above HintBy attachment - fixture 24. The right of the reasonable use of water flowing on, under, or adjacent to a property is called a: right of way riparian right right of eminent domain right of appropriation HintFlowing adjacent water 25. All of these are real property except: air space above the house ground under the house growing trees trade fixtures HintThey remain personal property. 26. Land is added to a waterfront lot when a lake recedes because of: avulsion reliction appropriation a correlative user 27. Real property would not include a(n): leasehold interest appurtenant easement air space fence HintThis is a chattel real. 28. How would you describe a government patent? a right to publish a government land transfer a government taking an exercise of police power 29. Crops produced by labor are known as: emblements annuals fixtures encumbrances 30. A deed was accidentally destroyed. The owner was fully protected as to his or her property rights because the deed was: notarized signed recorded personal property 31. An owner's right to place a noncommercial sign on her property is protected by the: First Amendment Fourth Amendment Fifth Amendment Fourteenth Amendment HintFree speech. 32. a lease would be a: freehold interest fee simple interest chattel real reversionary interest HintPersonal property. 33. Cropland is sold with no provision for the growing crops. Who has the greatest rights to the crops? buyer seller State of California buyer and seller equally HintUnless sold or mortgaged. 34. Real estate law is created by: the Administrative Procedures Act legislative action the Business and Professions Code the Real Estate Commissioner HintThe legislature makes the laws. 35. All item of personal property may be called a : freehold fee chattel tenancy 36. Riparian rights are best described as: absolute use of nonadjacent water reasonable use of adjacent water absolute use of adjacent water reasonable use of nonadjacent water HintA reasonable right to use. 37. Potable refers to: drinkabled plumbing metal septic tanks indebtedness HintFit for consumption. 38. Which of the following would be regarded as real property? crops that have been sold but have not been harvested growing crops that have been mortgaged riparian rights trees that have been cut down HintThey go with the land. 39. Which of the following is a true statement? land that has no beneficial use is personal property real property can become personal property the right to zone is one of the rights in the bundle of rights land is regarded as a chattel real HintA structure can become boards. 40. The doctrine of constructive severance applies to: removal of fixtures sales of growing crops removal of trade fixtures moving of buildings HintThey are considered severed if sold (also trees). 41. a mobile home on wheels would be considered: a chattel real an emblement personal property real estate HintIt does not go with land. 42. A landowner can legally protect his or her property against flood damage by: diverting water flow building a dam without approval building a dike against flood water any of these HintCan dike but can not divert. 43. Property is: real if it is an estate personal if it is a fixture personal if it is not real all of these HintAlways true: while a leasehold is an estate, it is personal property. 44. To determine if the property is real or personal, consider as a test: cost size movability location 45. How much of the land in California is government-owned? 70 percent 50 percent 20 percent 10 percent 46. The right to take adjacent nonflowing water is called: littoral rights riparian rights the right of a correlative user reliction HintLakes or seas. 47. Which of the following is misspelled? emblements accreation appurtenance avulsion HintAccretion. 48. The right to use, exclude, encumber, sell, or lease refers to: chattels real the bundle of rights emblements riparian rights HintAll beneficial rights of ownership. 49. A nonriparian rights owner may get the right to use surplus water from a lake by: appropriation avulsion dereliction accretion HintBy prior appropriation (use). 50. The real estate law comes from: regulations of the real estate commissioner the state legislature Mexico Spain HintStatutory law 51. When a river or lake permanently recedes, the land created belongs to the owner of the bank by: reliction avulsion accretion eminent domain 52. You acquire property by accession. Most likely you get the property by: accretion grant deed adverse use eminent domain HintBeing joined to. 53. Emblements are: perennial crops annual crops fructus naturales none of the above Hintplanted annual crops. 54. As to real and personal property, which of the following is false? growing crops go with real property unless sold or mortgaged real property is generally considered to be immovable personal property can become real property none of the above 55. To check what riparian rights he or she has in a property, a landowner should check: the deed the policy of title insurance the country records none of these HintRights are to reasonable use of adjacent flowing water.