Available via Video Replay
Original Program Date: May 8-9, 2015
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The 2015 Real Property Section Annual Meeting focuses on hot topics and updates that every practicing dirt lawyer in North Carolina needs to know and also highlights specific residential and commercial topics that enlighten our members who specialize in those particular areas of real estate law.
The program focuses on the issues that we are all sure to come across on this deal or the next, as the economic recovery continues.
- Recent developments in case law and legislation, and a special presentation on the NC/SC boundary relocation: the history, when to expect it, and how it might affect your clients
- How to handle lien filings and waivers from the construction practitioner’s perspective, and other need to know construction law issues
- A primer on how to handle the inevitable conflicts that will arise, including 2013 FEO 14 issued by the State Bar addressing representation in commercial real estate closings
- The proper way to make a title insurance claim and what your clients need to understand about their coverage
- A discussion of the new Planned Community Act modifications affecting declarants rights, which has been a controversial and unsettled topic during the economic downturn and subsequent recovery
- The CFPB and a guide to the new closing disclosure forms
- An overview on the sources of railroad company rights in land, the types of interests held by railroad companies, and guidance on searching title and assessing railroad interests
Planned by the NCBA Real Property Section.
May 08, 2015
- North Carolina/South Carolina Boundary Realignment: "Now that we're not in South Carolina anymore, what are you doing to fix it?"
- Recent Developments in Real Estate Law
- I Think I Can, I Think I Can: Figuring Out Railroad Property Rights
- Title Insurance Claims
- Construction Law for Real Property Practitioners
- Declarant Rights: Pitfalls and Practice Tips
- CFPB: How we got here and where we are going?
- Conflict? What Conflict? Old Principles (and Issues) in New Clothing | Ethics