Property is a central social institution, posing fundamental questions about efficiency and fairness that are mediated through the legal system. What can we own? To what extent can government regulate what we own? When can government "take" from us?... Learn more
The history of real estate financing transactions has been characterized by continually increasing complexity, which reflects growing and sophisticated needs of borrowers, lenders, investors, and financial markets as well as a convergence with certain... Learn more
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