Type
Word Search
Description

Fee simple absolute
Township
Subdivision
Easement
Habendum clause
Fixtures
Leasehold estate
Possession
Joint tenant
Trust
Severality
Life estate
Real property
Eminent domain
Escheat
Subsurface right
Dot
Assignment
Deed
Mortgage

Chapter 37 Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Real Property
fixture
fee simple absolute
life estate
easement
profit
license
deed
quitclaim deed
adverse posession
eminent domain
taking

Real Estate Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

the increase or addition of land by deposit of sand or soil washed up naturally from river, lake or sea. Accrection
Newly created deposits of soil, gravel or sand upon a bank of a stream or river Alluvion
is attached to the ownership of one parcel of land and allows the owner to use the neighbor land. App. Easment
a government takes private property for public use and compensates the owner. Condemnation
once placed in the deed by a prevouis owner they run with the land there private restrictions that effect the use of the land. Deed restrictions
is a qualifiedestate that is subject to the occurrence or no occurrence of a specified event. Defeasible fee simple
is the right to use the land of another party for a paticular purpose and may exist and any portion of the real estate. Easement
easement created by the giverment or agency that has exerscised its rights under eminent domain Easement by condemnation
allowed by the law as necessary for the full enjoyment of parcel of real-estate ex-right to ingress anegress over a grantors land. Easement by necessity
An easement acquired by continuous, open, ad hostile use of the property for the period of time prescribed by state law. Easement by prescription
The right of a government or municipal quasi-public body to acquire property for public use through the legal process called condemnation. Eminent domain
A building or some portion of it-a wall or a fence, for instance-that extends beyond the land of the owner and illegally intrudes on some land of an adjoining owner or a street or alley. Encroachment
Anything—such as a mortgage, a tax, a judgement lien, an easement, a restriction on the use of the land, or an outstanding dower right—that may diminish the value of a property. Encumbrance
The gradual wearing away of land by water, wind, and general weatherconditions; the diminishing of property caused by the elements. Erosion
The reversion of property to the state or county, as provided by state law, in cases where a decedent dies intestate, without heirs capable of inheriting, or when the property is abandoned. Escheat
The degree, quantity, nature and extent of interest that a person has in real property. Estate in land
The maximum possible estate or right of ownership of real property continuing forever. Also known as *fee simple absolute.* Fee simple
An estate in land in which the ownership is for an indeterminate length of time, in contrast to a leasehold estate. Freehold estate
A person’s present right to an interest in real property that will not result in possession or enjoyment until sometime in the future, such as a reversion or right of reentry. Future interest

Pre License Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

this is the land and things permanently attached Real Property
tenants right of possession for a specific time under a lease agreement leasehold
anything that belongs to the real property appurtenances
an item of personal property that has been permanently attached to the real estate fixtures
this refers to the degree, quantity, nature and extent of ownership one has in real property estate
this type of estate is based on the life of some other person life estate pur autre vie
type of ownership where there is right of inheritance Tenancy in common
this type of ownership has right of suvivorship joint tenancy
What is the right the state has to adopt and enforce laws police power
zoning of one spot for a use that is not consistent with the area spot zoning
the right the government has to acquire privately owned real estate for public use eminent domain
the process by which the government implements the right to take privately owned property condemnation
when a person dies without a will escheat
anything that effects title to real estate encumbrance
a personal revocable privilege license
the right to use the land of another for a specific purpose easement
when you build a structure that illegally extends beyond your land encroachment
strongest deed you can give or receive general warranty deed

Real estate law Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

term used to describe a mortgage with constant blended payments that pay itself off over time amortized
the lender in a mortgage transaction mortgagee
the borrower in a mortgage transaction mortgagor
written permission to build from the municipality buildingpermit
a mortgage payment that combines principal and interest blendedpayment
possessions that can be moved and are not attached to real property Agreement chattels
Something that is given as security until repayment of a loan collateral
type of ownership of real property that combines fee simple ownership and shared ownership condominium
the process of obtaining title deeded
shortfall of money that remains owing in a power of sale after the principal, interest and costs have been paid in full deficiency
paid by the buyer to the seller when an agreement of purchase and sale is negotiated deposit
document registered on title when a mortgage is paid off discharge
right to use a portion of someone else's land for a specific purpose easement
a building or structure that intrudes on someone else's land encroachment
the net value of property after deducting the value of encumbrances equity
property reverts to the crown escheats
interests in land that also provide the right to exclusive possession estates
the right to the land and prevents others from using it exclusivepossession
the highest form of ownership fee-simple estate
possessions attached or affixed to real property fixtures
court action where the borrower defaults foreclosure
not the owner, but responsible for the mortgage guarantor
percentage added to the loan to be paid interest
the sum of money borrowed from a mortgagee principal
first bank over second bank priority
the amount of money that is left in a power of sale after the principal, interest and costs have been paid in full surplus
right to use a portion of another's land for access purposes right-of-way
person or corporation, occupying a space while renting tenant
the length of time to pay off a mortgage term
ownership to real property title
the designated usage of land, as determined by the municipality zoning

Business and personal law Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

contract between tenant and landlord lease
Tenants own an interest in the real estate they lease called a leashold or tenancy
another word for tenant lesee
another word for landlord lessor
transfer of part of the terms of a lease, but not the remainder of it, to someone else sublease
items of personal property attached in such a way that they become real property fixtures
landlord depreives a tenant of the possession of the premises eviction
ground and everything permanently attached to it real property
interest or right that a person has in real property estate
written instrument that transfers title of ownership of property deed
right of the government to take private land for a public purpose eminent domain
legal claim against another persons property as security for a debt or loan to ensure it will be repaid. lien
temporary, revocable right to the limited use of anothers land license
irrevocable right to the limited use of anothers land easement

Real Estate Cumulative Part 2 Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

estate created when owner names someone else to receive estate remainder
something a life tenant is bound not to commit waste
fee simple with condition that automatically reverts determinable
estate created when owner names himself to receive estate reversionary
broad name for estate that has a certain duration conventional_life
estates that last for an indefinite period of time freehold
public encumbrance regulating private use of property police_power
broad category of fee that has a condition conditional
future right to occupy non-possessory
right to occupy possession
old term for right of private ownership allodial_system
this estate is based on someone else's years on earth pur_autre_vie
quality, quantity, nature and extent of ownership interest estate_in_land
best type of fee simple absolute
estate granted to a tenant leasehold
hinderances of rights encumbrances
tenant who didn't leave at lease expiration holdover
government's right to take property when no heirs found and no will made escheat
wife's one-third right to husband's estate when he dies dower

Legal Terms Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

a person owned not only a portion of teh earth's crust but also the ground under it real property
all propery other than real property , both tangible and intangible Personal Property
a gift between the living that meets all of teh legal requiremtns for a gift inter vivos gift
a gift, given by a living person who expects to die from a known cause gift causa mortis
the right of an owner of property to any increase in the property accession
ownership of a particular piece of property that is held by one person severalty
when two or more persons own equal shares of personal property with right of surviorship joint tenacy
a property acquired during marriage that, in some states, belongs to both husband adn wife. community property
a right or interest in land granted to a party to make beneficial use of the land owned by another easement
an estate inwhich a person owns the land for life or forever freehold estate
an estate in which a person ahs and interest in real property tath comes from a lease leasehold estate
when an owner of a freehold estate holds, it absolutely fee simple
a freehold estate in which a person ahs an ownership interest only for his or her lifetime life estate
the instrument, or document, that conveys an interest in real property between parties deed
the legal process that occurs when property is taken by the government against the will of teh property owner condemnation
when ownership of real property is taken by the government adn the previous owner is comensated at the fair marke t value of the property eminent domain
when title to land is acquired by a person's exclusinve. adverse possession

Contracts Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

A contract between a real estate owner and a tenant. lease
A landload's right to possession of premises after the expiration of the lease term reversionaryright
A leasehold estate that has a specific beginning and a definite end tenancyforyears
The estate created when a landlord and tenant enter into a lease agreement that automatically renews periodictenancy
A leasehold estate with an indefinite term that may be terminated by the death of either the landlord or tenant tenancyatwill
The leasehold estate created when a tenant, who is in lawful possession of real property, continues in possession without the landlor's consent tenancyatsufferance
The transfer of some of a tenant's interest, but no tenant obligations sublease
The transfer of all tenant's interest. assignment
A lessee's privilege of renewing a lease option
The legal process by which a landlord regains possession of leased premises following a tenant's breach actual eviction
The action by which a tenant may properly abandon premises that have been unusable due to the landlord's conscious neglect constructive eviction
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Real Estate Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Agent
Agreement
AML
Auction
Building Report
CDD
Chattels
CMA
Commission
Cross Lease
Deposit
Fee Simple
Finance
Freehold
Harcourts
Lawyer
LIM
Listing Agent
Market Value
Marketing Schedule
Mortgage
Offer
OIA
Power of Attorney
Purchaser
REINZ
Reserve Price
Settlement Date
Tenant
Tender
Title
Unconditional
Vendor

Property Ownership, Land Use Controls and Regulations Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

immovable Real Property
"chattel" movable Personal Property
(DEEPC) rights an owner has in a property that he or she owns. Bundle of Rights
To mortgage or pledge without delivery of the security to the lender Hypothecated
transfer of property from one owner to another Alienated
attached to real property fixtures
Method, Adaptability, Relationship, Intention, Agreement MARIA
attached to real property but considered personal property trade fixture
moving water Riparian Rights
still water Littoral Rights
Run with the land appurtenances
any written agreement covenants
right held by one person to use the land of another for a specific purpose, access to another property for example easement
enter ingress
exit egress
complete/ unrestricted, indefinite in duration Fee Simple Estate
conditions Fee Simple Defeasible
duration measured by the length of someones life Life estate
leasehold estate, held by a lessee, NOT real property Less than Freehold Estate
fixed period of time estate for years
dead beat tenant estate at sufferance
amount of rent paid by the lessee is determined by calculating a percentage based on gross receipts of business Percentage Lease
multiple units condominium
title holder can sell, rent, or transfer ownership or use of property disposition
others can be excluded from using or entering the property exclusion
owner can enjoy the use of property in any legal matter enjoyment
property is owned by whoever holds title possession
owner controls the use of the property control