Montana Code Annotated Title 70. Property

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  • Chapter 1. Property in General Real and Personal
  • Chapter 2. Personal Property--Special Kinds Quiet Title and Partition
  • Chapter 3. Transfer of Personal Property--Gifts
  • Chapter 4. Accession and Intermixture--Personal Property
  • Chapter 5. Finders
  • Chapter 6. Bailment--Deposit
  • Chapter 7. Loans for Use or Exchange--Personal Property
  • Chapter 8. Rentals of Personal Property
  • Chapter 9. Disposition of Unclaimed Property
  • Chapter 15. Definitions and Kinds of Estates in Real Property
  • Chapter 16. Rights and Obligations Incidental to Ownership in Real Property
  • Chapter 17. Servitudes, Easements, and Covenants Running with the Land
  • Chapter 18. Real Property--Accession--Fixtures and Watercourses
  • Chapter 19. Real Property Actions Generally--Limitations and Adverse Possession
  • Chapter 20. Transfer of Real Property
  • Chapter 21. Recording Transfers and Other Transactions Relating to Real Property
  • Chapter 22. Corner Recordation Act--Surveys and Coordinates
  • Chapter 23. Unit Ownership Act--Condominiums
  • Chapter 24. Residential Landlord and Tenant Act of 1977
  • Chapter 25. Residential Tenants' Security Deposits
  • Chapter 26. Landlord and Tenant--Residential and Commercial
  • Chapter 27. Forcible Entry and Detainer--Unlawful Detainer
  • Chapter 28. Quieting Title to Real Property
  • Chapter 29. Partition of Real Property
  • Chapter 30. Eminent Domain
  • Chapter 31. Relocation Assistance--Fair Treatment of Condemnees
  • Chapter 32. Homesteads
  • Chapter 33. Montana Residential Mobile Home Lot Rental Act

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