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University of Missouri Bulletin Law Series

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Abstract

Though the learning surrounding the subject of conditions has lost some of its importance because of the infrequency with which conditions are now enforced by entry for breach, it has by no means become obsolete in the modern, law of conveyancing. Cases still arise to which the common law rules are applicable, as instanced in three recent Missouri decisions, and the strictness of those rules, due to the disfavor with which the law regards conditions, seems to justify this special study of the Missouri decisions relating to the subject.

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