2015 cumulative annual pocket part (v.3) I (2015)

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      Insert this Pocket Part in the back of the Restatement of the Law
      Third, Property, Wills and other Donative Transfers, Volume 3 (2011)

                CASE CITATIONS TO THE
              RESTATEMENT OF THE LAW



         Cumulative Annual Pocket Part
                     For Use In 2015

             Reporting Cases Through June 2014 That Cite

             Restatement of the Law Third,
   Property (Wills and Other Donative Transfers)
                          Volume 3


                           13.1 to 27.3

This Pocket Part contains all citations to the Restatement of the Law Third,
Property (Wills and Other Donative Transfers) (P3WODT), Volume 3, as well
as all citations to Property 2d Donative Transfers and citations to those sec-
tions of the original Restatement of Property that have been superseded by
P3WODT. For subsequent citations, see also the Interim Case Citations to the
Restatements and the Principles of the Law pamphlets designated for use with
the 2015 Pocket Parts and Supplements.
           Publications Director: Marianne McGettigan Walker
                     The American Law Institute
                     4025 Chestnut Street
                     Philadelphia, PA 19104




                           ST. PAUL, MN
                    AMERICAN LAW INSTITUTE PUBLISHERS
                               2015





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