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Current Challenges and Opportunities in Office Leases

Office leasing presents challenges that are distinct from residential or commercial leases. This CLE course will explain everything you need to know including components of standard lease agreements, effective negotiation tactics, subletting, clauses related to tax escalations, build out terms, free rent, utility charges, insurance and notice provisions. The course will also delve into the current trends affecting the market and offer a short Q&A.

General Credits
1.5
Price$75

Zoning Basics and Title Issues Connected with Development Rights Transfers

The CLE program will focus on basic zoning concepts, followed by a detailed discussion of development rights transfers. The zoning topics to be presented will be: the difference between a tax lot and a zoning lot; types of zoning lots; identifying the permitted usage on a zoning lot as residential, commercial and/or community facility; and identifying the permitted floor area, height and setback restrictions associated with a zoning lot. This will be followed by a discussion of the developme...

General Credits
2
Price$100

10 Key Practical Issues when Reviewing and Drafting Commercial Office Leases

Commercial leases aren’t nearly as straightforward as they might seem and the small details matter a great deal. This CLE course will discuss 10 key practical issues when reviewing and drafting commercial office leases. The course will offer an understanding of an attorney’s role in the transaction as well as important information to note about the parties involved. The importance of a long-term outlook, the difference between usable vs. rentable space, term-sheets, security deposits, utility...

General Credits
1
Price$50

1031 Exchanges: An Advanced Seminar and Open Forum

This CLE presentation goes deeper than the typical program addressing Section 1031 Exchanges. Besides addressing the fundamentals, the program will explore more advanced concepts, such as leasehold improvement exchanges, private equity transactions, and the so-called “drop-and-swap” technique. Furthermore, the presenter answers questions about the nuances of executing a Section 1031 Exchange, reporting the exchange for tax purposes, and finer points about advising clients of what is and is not p...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Complex Products and Alternative Investments

This CLE will focus on the latest regulatory updates and due diligence obligations and effective practices in connection with sales of alternative investments; including: Private Placements, Online Distribution Platforms, Finders, Real Estate Investment Trusts, Opportunity Zone Funds, Regulation A+, Blind Pools and Capital Acquisition Brokers. Join FINRA staff and industry experts as they identify features and compliance risks of specific securities products and how to implement effect...

General Credits
1
Price$50

Equitable and Not So Equitable Division of Real Estate in Divorce

The process of dividing and distributing real property between spouses in a divorce complex, inconsistent, and confusing. What factors do courts consider in deciding whether a sale, buyout or deferred sale is appropriate? Who will keep the marital home? How do courts divide the proceeds of sale? Can your client recover the money that his or her parents lent on the marital home? Real estate, unlike liquid assets, does not automatically become marital property subject to a 50/50 division even if...

General Credits
2
Price$100

UCC Article 9 Foreclosure: Issues Ideas and Ambiguities

If a lender requires that their loans be secured by all the personal property of their borrower, Article 9 of the Uniform Commercial Code wholly governs this process. If a lender making a loan creates a security interest in collateral under Article 9, and the loan goes into default, it must also foreclose its security interest under the rules of Article 9. Article 9 is complicated and comprehensive. This CLE course teaches the basics of the four methods of foreclosing a loan. The i...

General Credits
1
Price$50
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