Học Thi Real Estate License ở California: Legal Descriptions, Methods of Acquiring Title, Deeds, Estates, and Methods of Holding Title (Part 3)

1. 
A deed used the word "sans," which means:


2. 
Some maps show topographical lines. These lines show:


3. 
Which of the following does not describe a fee simple interest?


4. 
Alienation refers to:
5. 
Which of the following would be constructive notice of an interest in a property?
6. 
A corporation buys property and takes title in the corporate name. They would hold title:


7. 
S corporations differ from other corporations as to:


8. 
Being subject to double taxation describes a(n):
9. 
A proper legal description is least likely to be obtained from a:


10. 
The four unities of joint tenancy are:
11. 
Which of the following is an estate of inheritance?


12. 
Every investor in a business is able to escape personal liability. What form is the business?


13. 
The holder of a life estate cannot:


14. 
A recorded deed was not acknowledged. The deed:
15. 
A deed in California is made out to a husband and wife but does not specify how title is to be take. Title would be:
16. 
John gives property to Paul for the life of Albert. Paul dies. What happens?


17. 
A property was sold by an executor but no other bids were allowed. The reason for not allowing open bidding in court was:


18. 
As to a fee estate, which of the following is false?


19. 
The owner of a paramount legal title alienated property but retained a future right based on an contingency. What did she vonvey?


20. 
A purchased property from B. He did not get title since B had previously sold the property to C who had recorded the deed. The effect of the prior recording was:
21. 
Pur autre vie refers to:


22. 
An S corporation differs from other corporations in that:
23. 
Three buyers take title to a property as joint tenants. There would be:
24. 
A husband and wife owned property together that could not be transferred by will. They owned the property:
25. 
A limited partner is:


26. 
Jones has a life estate in a farm, and Smith desires an easement over a private road crossing the farm. As to the easement:


27. 
Which of the following cannot be owned in fee simple?


28. 
A grantor conveys less than  her fee estate. The interest she retains would  be a(n):


29. 
Property is held by X and Y as domestic partners. X dies without a will.  Who gets X's property interest?


30. 
A married man owns a lot by himself as his separate property. He most likely owns the lot:
31. 
320 rods equal one:
32. 
Which of the following groupings gives the greatest and most complete interest in real estate?


33. 
A user with only three years adverse use was able to obtain title by adverse possession because:


34. 
An S corporation:
35. 
A joint tenancy:


36. 
A grant deed that contains no limitations would grant:
37. 
The term "inchoate interest" could refer to:


38. 
Most urban property would have what type of legal description?
39. 
Creditors can access your personal assets for the debts of:


40. 
A deed that would convey after-acquired property would be a:
41. 
Normally in California, a buyer wants a(n):
42. 
All the stock of the XYZ corporation was owned by 14 family members who together ran the Corporation. XYZ would be regarded as a:


43. 
A life estate:


44. 
A husband cannot legally object if his wife does which of the following without his consent?


45. 
A limited partner may:


46. 
Partition action refers to:


47. 
In California, life estates are not created by:


48. 
An elderly husband and wife (no children) with total savings of $25,000 are buying a $150,000 home through a real estate office. They ask the broker how they should take title. The broker should tell them.


49. 
An undivided interest without the right of survivorship constitutes:
50. 
If one joint tenant borrowed on her interest:


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