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Neighboring Property Owners examines issues and new developments in neighboring property law, discussing land use, rights, and federal, state, and local regulations. It provides citations to leading authorities, and analyzes important modern cases with footnotes suggesting further research materials. The authors discuss specialist areas affecting the field, as well as traditional doctrines of real property law, and examine how the modern legal system shapes and circumscribes the relative rights of landowners. Sections cover: • Nuisance • Trespass • Support of Land and Improvements • Airspace • Adverse Possession and Boundary Disputes • Agreements Among Neighbors • Private Enforcement of Zoning • State Environmental Legislation • Enforcement of Federal Environmental Statutes • Water Rights • Condominiums • Cooperatives • Timesharing