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Representing an IRC 1031 Exchange Client

If you have never represented a 1031 exchange client, or you need a refresher, this course will provide you with the information you need to get up to speed. This “nuts and bolts” course concentrates on the mechanics of representing a 1031 exchange client from contract to closing. Some of the topics covered in this course are contract preparation, handling of contract and escrow deposits, time deadlines, like-kind properties, and closing procedures.

General Credits
1.75
Price$75

Introduction to Title Insurance: Essential Things Every Attorney Should Know

Real property attorneys review title reports daily. However, title reports and policies have become so common, that many attorneys have not considered for quite some time the important tenets of title insurance. Mr. Bagwell’s seminar presentation will introduce new and junior attorneys to the basic conceptual framework of title insurance while also re-acquainting senior counsel to the intricacies of various title products. Several common misconceptions regarding various aspects of titl...

General Credits
1.25
Price$50

An Introduction to New Jersey Property Tax Appeal Process

The volatility of the real estate market is well-known. Prices fluctuate, values vary and the very aspects of your property that were once benefits can become liabilities. This means that when the time comes for a real estate assessment, owners may be very unpleasantly surprised. In New Jersey, one recourse is the Property Tax Appeal Process. This CLE course will explain this process in-depth from an explanation of the assessment and how they are determined, tax calculations, valuation...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Introduction to New Jersey Eminent Domain Law

Whether you are a litigator or a transactional attorney, the basics of New Jersey’s eminent domain process are part of the background and vocabulary that every practitioner should be generally familiar with. This course outlines those basics. How does the condemnation process work? What are the basic valuation issues that a property owner may be confronted with in common taking scenarios? What are the common pitfalls? In this lecture, you will learn these key points as well as se...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Saving the Distressed Homeowner: A View From the Homeowner’s and Bank’s Side

Since this program was first presented at NYCLA in 2009, the law relating to mortgage foreclosures and legal ways for distressed homeowner to save their investments has been evolving. The rules of the game for both homeowners and banks have changed, and the chances of reaching a settlement or obtaining relief from the courts have improved.

General Credits
3
Price$125

Development Rights Transactions

In the City of New York, development rights can be sold and moved –even the air above a property is subject to transfer and sale. But how do the skyscrapers get so tall? The answer often involves the as-of-right transfer of development rights between two adjacent properties sharing a lot line. Such transactions are mapped out and executed with precision requiring substantial due diligence and no small amount of documentation. This CLE course by a top New York City land use lawyer w...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

So You Want to Learn How to Do a Real Estate Closing

Learn what you need to know to take a real estate deal from start to finish including: Understanding who your client is and how that affects the Deal What are the terms of the deal The role of the real estate broker Proper communication between parties Basic contract of sale, including riders, exhibits, descriptions, surveys and certificates of occupancy Responsibilities of the buyer’s attorney: time limits; ordering title; guiding a client to obtain financing and using mortgage...

General Credits
3
Price$125

Selling Property; Deferring Tax - A Basic Guide to 1031 Exchanges

We may be centuries ahead of the old barter system, but there are times when a trade when is more advantageous than a sale. This specifically applies to 1031 Exchanges and its usefulness in avoiding taxes on commercial real estate sales. This informative and comprehensive CLE course will explain the basic tenets of 1031 Exchanges, how and when to establish them, the types of properties that qualify, and deadlines. The course will also review typically applicable taxes, tax deferment, the types...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Trusts and Estates – The Title Perspective

What factors run through a title underwriter’s mind when considering whether to insure a conveyance out of an estate or out of a trust? What is the “law” governing such conveyances? As Benjamin Franklin noted, “…in this world, nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes.” In this seminar, we will consider the first of Franklin’s certainties, death, and how decedents and the strategies which they and their advisers use to avoid the impact of the second certainty, taxes. The ty...

General Credits
1
Price$50

When Brotherly Love Goes Wrong: Defending Against Constructive Trust Claims

One of the first things lawyers learn is that no one can claim an interest in another's real estate without a deed or a written contract. Surprisingly, there is an exception to the rule. Constructive trusts, often filed by disgruntled family members, can tie up real estate claims for years and cost your clients dearly. This comprehensive CLE course will explain constructive trusts and their elements, notices of pendency, and perhaps most importantly, how to defend against constructive trusts...

General Credits
1.5
Price$75
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