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A survey can either restate the obvious or attempt to add a critical dimension to the law’s uncertain progress. The obvious can be gleaned merely by scanning the orange-covered paperback indices which go with the official advance sheets and in which cases are condensed in the best headnote hunter’s style. This exercise presupposes a reader possessed of an interest in something more than the obvious, and one who enjoys a critique of a few key cases, precisely for the challenge of making an independent judgment of whether New York property law has progressed during the past Survey year.
Roberts, E. F., "Property" (1977). Cornell Law Faculty Publications. Paper 1240.
Published in: Syracuse Law Review, vol. 28, no. 1 (Winter 1977).