23rd Annual Advanced Real Estate Seminar Materials

Publication Date: March 2019
Available Formats: Print or Searchable PDF via immediate download, CD-ROM, or USB Flash Drive
Pages: 449

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This comprehensive, stand-alone publication is direct from a March 2019 seminar cosponsored with the Real Property Section of the Virginia State Bar.

Great topics. Terrific faculty. Exceptional materials. Those who attend usually return every year — what’s the secret? There are additional benefits to attending: A grand resort at which to luxuriate and enjoy much needed time away from the office to gather your wits, socialize, and network with the faculty and other experienced real estate attorneys —all while getting 8 hours of relevant CLE, including 1.0 hour of ethics credit in two half-day sessions.

HIGHLIGHTS of this educational and entertaining seminar:

  • Understanding Inquiry Notice
  • Negotiating Loan Documents
  • Residential: Lurking in the Weeds—Advanced Covenant Issues
  • Using Condominiums and Owners Associations in Complex and Mixed-Use Developments
  • A Discussion of Risk Management Issues for the Real Estate Lawyer
  • Technology, Data Privacy, and Ethics: Where Confidentiality and Privacy Intersect
  • Reforming the Proffer Reforms
  • Waterfront Property Law:  Riparian Property Rights

Table of Contents

I. Understanding Inquiry Notice: When Does a Purchaser Take Subject to
Unrecorded Interests

James C. Smith

II. Concurrent Sessions:
    
        A. Commercial: Negotiating Commercial Loan Documents
        F. Lewis Biggs, Christopher B. DeMers
    
        B. Residential: Lurking in the Weeds—Advanced Covenant Issues
        Karen Cohen, Lucia “Pia” Trigiani
    
III. Using Condominiums and Owners Associations in Complex and Mixed-Use
Developments

Robert M. Diamond

IV. Risk Management and Insurance for Real Estate Lawyers
Libby Benet, Anne Hill

V. Technology, Data Privacy, and Ethics: Where Confidentiality and Privacy
Intersect (Ethics)

Elizabeth Burgin Waller, Kellam T. Parks

VI. Reforming the Proffer Reforms
Shane Murphy

VII. Waterfront Property Law: Riparian Property Rights (an Important Source
of Wealth)

James T. Lang

Authors

James C. Smith

F. Lewis Biggs

Christopher B. DeMers

Karen Cohen

Lucia “Pia” Trigiani

Robert M. Diamond

Libby Benet

Anne Hill

Elizabeth Burgin Waller

Kellam T. Parks

Shane Murphy

James T. Lang

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