# Học Thi Real Estate License ở California: Legal Descriptions, Methods of Acquiring Title, Deeds, Estates, and Methods of Holding Title (Part 2)

1.
Stan gives a life estate to Carter. Stan's retained interest is:

2.
In taking an offer from a corporate representative, a broker should be sure to check the representative's authority. This would be found most likely in the:

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A corporation seal on a deed:
4.
A reservation in a deed:
5.
Which of the following is not a requirement of a formal will?

6.
A brother and sister would never hold property as:

7.
Which of the following pairs of terms do not match?

8.
By will, a spouse may dispose of:

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A recorded deed:
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Property can not be held in joint tenancy by:

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The person making an acknowledgment on a deed would be:

12.
A brother and sister hold land as joint tenants. The sister conveys one-half of her interest to her husband.

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A person having an interest as community property may not:

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A country recorder must keep:

15.
The only one of four unities required for joint tenancy that is also required for tenancy in common is:

16.
Which of the following does not have to be recorded to have effect?

17.
The W 1/2 of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of the NW 1/4 of a section contains:
18.
A valid deed requires:

19.
Elaine acquires property by accession. Most likely she got the property by:

20.
Under a tenancy in common

21.
Alfonso and Boyd, both single men, inherit a farm as joint tenants. They each later marry. Alfonso dies without a will, leaving a wife and three children. What happens to his interest?

22.
When the word "fee" is used in connection with real estate, it means:
23.
Alicia deeds a property to Bud. The deed is never recorded. How can Bud transfer title back to Alicia?

24.
A sells a property to B that A does not own. A later acquires title to the property. Who has title?

25.
Chang and Jerome, both signle men, wish to take title together with undivided equal interests without the right of survivorship. The granting clause in the deed would read:
26.
A valid deed must have certain requirements, but it need not:

27.
Joint tenancy:

28.
A property in probate is appraised at $96,000. At auction the highest bid is$90,000. For the court to consider any other offer, it would have to be at least:

29.
Mabel and Edgar have three children. They have \$100,000 in community property. Edgar dies intestate (without a will). Each of the children receives:

30.
The most important requirement of adverse possession is:
31.
Country Records show that Dave owns a property. Bill deeds that property to Carl. Bill's deed is considered:

32.
A deed is recored and indexed:
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An exception in the grant deed:
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Quitclaim deeds convey:

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To be  recorded, a deed must have:
36.
A disadvantage of joint tenancy is that:

37.
Conrad gives a deed to Fiona with the following instructions: Fiona should return the deed on demand, but if Conrad dies, the Fiona should give the deed to Conrad's son. The problem is one of:

38.
A husband and wife own Greenacres as community property. The husband dies, leaving a will specifying that all his interest goes to his son. How would title be held?
39.
In accordance with her deceased husband's will, Roberta can collect the rents from an apartment house for her life-time, after which the apartment house goes to their church. Roberta has a:

40.
Which of the following cannot be a "less than freehold" estate?

41.
A deed transfer title at the time of:
42.
Which of the following is true regarding an estate in real estate?

43.
A man dies testate, leaving a wife and one child. His estate is distributed:
44.
Ramon sells property to Kate, with the provision in the deed that if the property were ever used as a tavern, it would revert to Ramon. This would be best described as a:

45.
As to an acknowledgment to a deed, which of the following is true?
46.
After buying property and receiving a recorded deed, the buyer and the seller decide to rescind the deal. The buyer should:

47.
A husband alone, without his wife's consent, may:

48.
A gift deed may be voided by:

49.
Tom leases to John for 20 years. Two years later Tom dies. John discovers that Tom had a life estate.

50.
It is normally best to have: