Over 65 cases were decided by Michigan courts during the Survey period dealing with some aspect of property law. Most of these cases raise property questions which are only incidental to nonproperty issues and, as a result, will not be discussed in this article. Similarly, those cases which have no precedential value, restate old law, or confirm an established trend are not considered worthy of discussion. Accordingly, in our judgment, only 16 property cases decided during the Survey period merit protracted attention.
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John E. Mogk & Brian M. Barkey, Real Property (1969 Annual Survey of Michigan Law), 16 Wayne L. Rev. 835 (1970).