Tennessee Code Title 66. Property

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  • Chapter 1. Estates in Property
  • Chapter 2. Power to Own and Convey Property
  • Chapter 3. Fraudulent Conveyances and Devises
  • Chapter 4. Contracts to Convey Real Property
  • Chapter 5. Conveyances of Property
  • Chapter 6. Tennessee Coordinate System
  • Chapter 7. Leases
  • Chapter 8. Redemption of Real Estate Sold for Debt
  • Chapter 9. Easements and Restrictive Covenants
  • Chapter 10. Vendor's Liens
  • Chapter 11. Mechanics' and Materialmen's Liens
  • Chapter 12. Crop Liens
  • Chapter 13. Employees' Lien
  • Chapter 14. Artisans' Lien
  • Chapter 15. Manufacturers' and Processors' Liens
  • Chapter 16. Launderers', Cleaners' and Storage Liens
  • Chapter 17. Innkeeper's Lien
  • Chapter 18. Molders' Lien
  • Chapter 19. Liens on Vehicles and Conveyances
  • Chapter 20. Liens on Animals
  • Chapter 21. Recording and Enforcement of Liens
  • Chapter 22. Acknowledgment of Instruments
  • Chapter 23. Authentication of Instruments by Witnesses
  • Chapter 24. Registration of Instruments
  • Chapter 25. Release of Liens Created by Written Instruments
  • Chapter 26. Effect of Authentication and Registration
  • Chapter 27. Multiple Ownership of Property
  • Chapter 28. Uniform Residential Landlord and Tenant Act
  • Chapter 29. Abandoned or Unclaimed Property
  • Chapter 30. Residential Ground Rent Act
  • Chapter 31. Self-Service Storage Facility Act
  • Chapter 32. Time-Share Programs and Vacation Clubs
  • Chapter 34. Prompt Pay Act
  • Chapter 35. Rent Control
  • Chapter 36. Construction Defects
  • Chapter 37. Prohibition of Covenants Providing for Transfer Fees Act of 2011

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