Transactions, Landlord-Tenant Issues, Construction
The coronavirus is making big waves in the real estate industry: transactions are being stalled, tenants are losing their source of income, and construction projects are beset with losses and delays. Can you protect your clients through it all? This program will reveal actions real estate attorneys need to take right now. Be ready to assist with your clients' coronavirus-related legal issues - register today!
Advise worried clients who are in the process of buying or selling real estate.
Review language you should start adding to your contracts right now.
Understand what obligations and rights landlords have during these uncertain times.
Please note: No reference materials or credit will be available for this program.
Reviewing Contracts: Force Majeure and Other Key Provisions
Language You Need to Add to Contracts
Avoiding (and Dealing with) Transaction Delays
E-Signatures, E-Closings, Remote Online Notarization and E-Recording
Coronavirus & Leases: Landlord vs. Tenant Rights and Obligations
Construction Projects: Coronavirus Delays and Damages
What the Coronavirus & Recession Likely Mean for the Market
GARY M. SINGER is board certified in real estate law by The Florida Bar. His areas of practice are real estate, foreclosures, civil litigation, debtor/creditor, business law, wills/trusts, title insurance/closings and short sales. He is a member of both The Florida Bar and the Broward Attorneys Real Estate Council. Mr. Singer is an elected director of the Broward County Bar Association, a council member for the Gerson Lehrman Group, and is an adjunct professor at Nova Southeastern University. He serves as co-chair for the Broward County Bar Association's Real Property Section. He contributes weekly to a nationally syndicated column. He is a member agent of Attorneys' Title Fund Services (Old Republic). Mr. Singer is admitted to practice law in all state and federal courts in Florida, as well as the Bankruptcy Court, where he maintains an active litigation and transactional practice. Mr. Singer earned his B.S. degree, with honors, from Nova Southeastern University and his J.D. degree, cum laude, from the Shepard Broad Law Center at Nova Southeastern University.
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