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Our interview process, stringent qualifications, and background screening ensure that only the best Property Law tutors work with Varsity Tutors. To assure a successful experience, you're paired with one of these qualified tutors by an expert director - and we stand behind that match with our money-back guarantee.

Receive personally tailored Property Law lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with the best tutor for your particular needs while offering flexible scheduling to fit your busy life.

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Property law is one element of law that truly touches everyone's life. Who owns property, and what do they own? What rights do tenants have? How can property be transferred, sold, and gifted? We all interact with property law every day, whether we own a house or not. Varsity Tutors can assist you in finding a property law tutor who can help you understand the more complex issues that come into play as the class dives beyond metes and bounds and into complex gifts.

A property law tutor can assist you if you struggle with the more difficult aspects of this subject. For example, a life estate gives someone the right to use a property for their life span. The grantor can choose to take the property back after that person's death or give it to another individual. That individual would have a future interest. Or, someone can grant rights to a property, but with conditions that dictate what the property may be used for. Students will have to unpack the rights and responsibilities of each of the possible owners. Property law tutors can assist with these and other complex situations that students will encounter during property law classes.

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Recent Property Law Tutoring Session Notes

Online Property Law Tutoring review by Ken
Test Prep for Chemistry Review of Chemical Equations and Equation naming, Stoichiometry, and moles. The student needs to talk to his teacher about Chemical Equations and Equation naming, and how much heat is released or absorbed when a defined amount of an element is used in a reaction.
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Online Property Law Tutoring review by Susan
The student  and I worked on strategies for the verbal section, focusing on ways to improve timing. (For homework, I asked her to break up a practice section into small chunks, giving herself 5 minutes for 10 questions or 7.5 minutes for 15 questions to get a better feel for the amount of time she should be spending on the average question. We also reviewed algebra concepts and ratios for math.
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Online Property Law Tutoring review by Rimma
The student and I worked on her math homework and study guide, which covered factoring polynomials and reducing polynomial fractions. She was more fluid and independent in her work by the end of the assignment. Afterwards, we worked on brainstorming ideas for the "best day of my life" portion of her autobiography for language arts. I helped her narrow down ideas, and she began writing the rough draft of the story.
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Online Property Law Tutoring review by Michael
The student is improving in her timing. She completed a timed science section as I watched. She seems to be handling her time rather well for the first few passages. I recommend that she slow down and re-read the passage if she does not understand the experiment after the first time.  Her homework is to complete a math and a science test.
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Online Property Law Tutoring review by Maitri
The student and I worked on two sections of his dissertation, the "Nature of the Study" and the "Acknowledgements and Dedication." We started researching literature for the next chapter of his project and agreed to meet on Friday.
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Online Property Law Tutoring review by Carrie
Initial meeting-getting to know each other discussions. Discussed how the student brainstorms and starts a writing project/paper. Went over what I wanted the student to write about and work on for next week's session. Met and discussed with the parent what her expectations are during our sessions.
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