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Turnkey Real Estate Investments as Securities

Turnkey real estate investments have become extremely popular across the country for promoters and investors alike. The question is whether a turnkey real estate investment is nothing more than a vanilla real estate deal, or a security in disguise. The objective of this course is to clarify that description for real estate, securities and general practitioners.

General Credits
1.25
Price$50

Change is the Only Constant: Foreclosure Statute of Limitations, Trial Practice, and Covid-19 Procedures

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, and the fact that New York foreclosures have largely been in a dormant state for over a year, chances are you may have taken your eyes off recent developments. However, newly imposed court procedures, Administrative Orders, and significant case law from the Appellate Divisions and Court of Appeals, have changed how foreclosures will be handled once the moratoriums are fully lifted. This CLE provides foreclosure Plaintiff and Defendant attorneys with import...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Impact of COVID & Lease Accounting Standards

The corporate lease industry has experienced significant shifts due to the global pandemic, resulting in increasingly complex agreements. To better understand these changes and how they impact both lessees and lessors, join Marc Betesh, CEO and founder of Visual Lease and KBA Lease Services, for a presentation on the commercial real estate landscape. After spending years practicing law and negotiating commercial leases for some of the country’s largest companies, Marc will share his expertise...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

New Developments in Federal and New Jersey Landlord-Tenant Law in the Covid Era

We just passed the one year mark in dealing with the difficulties brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s obvious that every area of the law has been hit hard. However, the law is not static and it is constantly moving forward and clearly, one of the areas under great scrutiny is housing and landlord-tenant law. Regardless of what side of the coin you are on (landlord or tenant, commercial or residential), the ground is literally shifting under our feet. The question is which way is it sh...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

The Long Road Back: Commercial Landlord and Tenant Strategies and Covid-19 Defenses

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic and related government shutdowns, our landlord-tenant courts will be stretched beyond their limits once they are re-opened and eviction moratoria have fully expired. This CLE provides landlords and tenants with strategies to circumvent court backlogs and discusses how trial courts have addressed impossibility of contract and other relevant Covid-19 defenses. The CLE also provides an update on the commercial eviction moratorium and previews relevant legislat...

General Credits
1.25
Price$50

Homeowners and Condominium Associations: Elections and Dispute Resolutions

This CLE course will review the statutory and documentary sources for how the elections in a condominium and/or homeowners’ association are conducted from nomination through recall. The course will offer a detailed explanation of the process and manner in which elections should be conducted. The course will also discuss the methods for challenging the manner in which elections are conducted or the election outcome. The course will offer a detailed explanation of the process and manner...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Commercial Leasing and Bankruptcy in the Era of COVID

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a major disruption to both large and small businesses as well as to commercial landlords, whose tenants cannot meet their existing rental obligations. Join our panel of experts as they discuss the implications of bankruptcy filings on commercial leases, how commercial leases are treated in bankruptcy, using the Bankruptcy Code to maximize the financial interests of landlords and tenants, the implications of restructuring,, the effects of COVID -- and more.

General Credits
1.75
Price$75

How to Handle Appraisals for Donations of Property

Overvaluation of real estate gifts is a big issue with the Internal Revenue Service, and this panel will explain that for real estate, art or other property, it’s important to carefully manage the process of appraisal so as not to create unnecessary issues. For example, appraisers may give a high range thinking they’re doing the donor a favor when actually the appraisal may be too high in today's market. The panel will also discuss how the 30% of adjusted gross income limit on gifts o...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Horsesense and Nonsense: Why Equine Law is Not That Simple

Avery S. Chapman, founding Chair of The Florida Law Equine Law Committee, will share common and often unusual intersections of Law and Horses. The unique nuances of the equine industry often lead attorneys into unwary traps when counsel believes they can quickly become proficient in this area of law. This CLE presentation will address Equine Law issues, providing strategies and solutions(TM) concerning horses, equine business concerns and selected related real estate issues. This cou...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Inclusionary & Affordable Housing: What Do They Mean & Why They are Important in Today’s Economic & Political Climate

Inclusionary housing is a type of municipal policy that requires a certain number or percentage of units in new market-rate developments to be affordable for lower-income residents (i.e., the units must cost below market-rate) in order to increase the supply of affordable housing and to increase economic diversity in desirable neighborhoods. The definition of affordable housing varies from jurisdiction to jurisdiction, but the broad consensus is that affordable housing is housing that...

General Credits
1
Price$50
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