Next-Level Purchase Contracts, Leases, Easements, Development Agreements and More
Go beyond the "nuts and bolts" and explore real estate contracts at an advanced level. In this program, seasoned faculty will take you through an array of real estate contracts with concrete tips for maneuvering past major sticking points, avoiding pitfalls, and working out even better deals for your clients. Don't miss this chance to benefit from years of hard-won negotiating and drafting insights - register today!
Learn how to navigate past problematic and most often litigated provisions of purchase and sale agreements.
Update lease provisions to protect clients from the latest issues in landlord-tenant law.
Avoid admissibility and enforceability complications when using e-signatures and electronic contracts.
Dig deep into loan documentation pitfalls and gets tips for negotiating more favorable terms for clients.
Identify concealed easement agreement hazards before they give rise to legal disputes.
Learn how to draft clear, enforceable, and favorable development agreements for your clients.
Purchase and Sale Agreements: Sticking Points and Pitfalls
Leases: Advanced Issues and Answers
Loan Documentation Hazards and Practice Tips
E-Signatures and Electronic Contracts: Avoiding Key Problems
Continuing Legal Education IN CLE
- 5.40Approval Exp. 9/14/2022
This course has been approved by the Indiana Supreme Court Office of Admissions & Continuing Education. Participating attorneys are eligible to receive up to 5.40 hours of distance education, which includes 1.0 hour of ethics. Newly admitted attorneys may receive up to 5.40 hours of new attorney CLE. No more than 18.0 hours of distance education CLE credit may be earned during a reporting period, and there is no carry over of excess distance education hours.
ANDREW L. CRABTREE is the principal of the Law Offices of Andrew L. Crabtree, P.C., where his firm focuses on transactional and litigated real estate, landlord-tenant, construction, and general commercial business matters. Mr. Crabtree has a broad background in residential condominium development and sales, in commercial leasing and represents commercial owners, developers, purchasers and tenants, including a national franchise chain, in commercial leasing and landlord and tenant matters. He represents businesses and individuals in federal and state trial courts, as well as in arbitrations and before administrative tribunals, involving commercial disputes, constitutional claims, partnership and shareholder disputes, breach of contract claims, business torts, unfair competition, employment claims, trade secrets, and intellectual property cases. Mr. Crabtree also represents contractors, owners, developers, design professionals municipalities and state agencies relating to public and private construction and development projects, mechanics' liens, commercial lease disputes and landlord-tenant matters. He is a member of the American Bar Association, the New York State Bar Association, and the Suffolk County Bar Association. Mr. Crabtree earned his B.A. degree, magna cum laude, from the State University of New York at Albany and his J.D. degree from Fordham University Law School.
ELIZABETH NOLIN is a real estate attorney with Nolin Law, PLLC, in Concord, where she represents individuals and businesses in all aspects of real estate law, including condominium and subdivision creation, local planning and zoning board approval, sales and purchase transactions, lease negotiation and enforcement, and financing transactions. Ms. Nolin also has experience with various roads and highways issues, including paper streets, discontinuances, layouts, maintenance disputes, and ownership interests. She earned her B.A. degree from College of Charleston and her J.D. degree from Charleston School of Law.
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