Join CP2 & NCCAR for the 2016 Real Estate Law Series.
The series features four presentations discussing various real estate law topics.
Come to one, come to all, each presentation is CE certified.
Seating is limited and will fill quickly!
All presentations are from 9:30am-12:00pm & will be held at:
The Group, Inc. (2803 East Harmony Road, Fort Collins)
Overlooked & Underestimated:
Understanding and Explaining Title Insurance Commitments and Property Legal Descriptions
Overview: Every real estate sale/purchase involves them, and we generally know what they do, but do we really understand the title insurance commitment and property’s legal description? Could you explain to your clients the contents, meaning and importance? Can you spot possible problems or errors? What responsibility does a real estate broker have with respect to the title commitment and legal description? Often overlooked and underestimated, they are fundamental and essential components to the transfer of real property and we may not know as much about them as we think…or should.
The New Age of Foreclosure and Bankruptcy:
Creative Solutions and Opportunities
Featuring: Deanne R. Stodden & Robert D. Lantz
Overview: This class, taught by one of Colorado’s most experienced foreclosure law attorneys, will discuss the basic procedure for public trustee foreclosure and judicial foreclosure in Colorado as well as the issues that arise during the process. Also, a primer on bankruptcy impact on real estate deals, foreclosures and what attorneys and real estate folks need to be aware of.
Protecting against the unexpected (not just a topic for high school kids):
Lessons in Negotiating and Enforcing Lease Agreements
Featuring: R. Clay Bartlett & Jacob W. Paul
Overview: The laws regarding liabilities of landlords and tenants, and the conventional ways parties attempt to address those liabilities in lease agreements, can result in unintended consequences This presentation covers various issues and pitfalls parties to a lease can fall into if their agreements are not carefully considered and negotiated.
Land Use and Entitlements, What Could Possibly Go Wrong?
A Review of Zoning, Subdivision and Comprehensive Plans as
Authorized Governmental Regulation of Land Uses
Featuring: G. Brent Coan & Willaim “Bill” F. Garcia
Overview: Recent controversial cases such as the uncommon development and Capstone Cottages show that entitlement can be a significant and expensive part of development. This highly interactive session will demonstrate important reasons to consider zoning and permitting issues at the beginning of the property acquisition process.