Wow, that is crazy. It's honestly not that bad after studying it, but I'm doing the rule against perpetuities now, and that's a different story. How much time did you spend on this? We spent 2-3 classes I think just on statute of uses, so I think our experiences are definitely not the same. There's no cases on it, but from what I understand, we're going to have a multiple choice exam that will test our application on the statute of uses (among other stuff). Also, we have year-long courses, so that might be why your experience is not like mine. We're learning real property in the next semester.
This is unbelievable to me. We spent like 20 minutes on the statute of uses, were told it didn't matter, and we have no actual cases on it or anything. Are there even any significant cases on it?
Amazing how different the curriculum can be between different CL schools in Canada!