Indiana CLE - Real Estate Courses

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  • Housing Justice 101: Understanding the Fair Housing Act

    This CLE course will offer a comprehensive understanding of the Fair Housing Act, a significant federal legislation that prohibits housing discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, familial status, national origin, or disability. The seminar will delve into crucial elements of the act, such as fair housing advertising and marketing, discriminatory practices, and the government's role in implementing fair housing laws. Furthermore, participants will gain knowledge of th... More Info

    1.2General Credits
  • Skip Tracing for Lawyers

    Located a missing person is sometimes required of attorneys in most areas of practice, though more often for those practicing trust and estates, malpractice, debt collection, personal injury, and real estate law. Typically, with enough information, creativity and resources, attorneys can locate individuals without the services of private investigators or skip tracers. This informative CLE course, developed by a seasoned investigative attorney, will help lawyers develop basic people sea... More Info

    1.2General Credits
  • Trends in Property Law Post-Pandemic

    The world of real estate is constantly changing and has undergone tremendous upheaval in the last few years, largely as a result of COVID-19. This CLE course will cover the most recent developments in New York property law with a focus on eviction proceedings, both residential and commercial and from the perspectives of both landlords and tenants. The course will present litigation techniques including cause, motions, trial practice and evidentiary issues and will also cover foreclosure litigati... More Info

    1General Credit
  • Landlords’ Concerns in Airbnb-ing

    Led by author and leading landlord-tenant practitioner, this CLE course will draw on vast experience representing landlords in litigation arising from tenants who sublease their apartments for short term rentals. This often occurs in violation of the law, and of their lease. The course will take a multi-faceted look at the dangers for landlords and for apartment community and offers options for landlords to respond to these violations. The course will conclude with a presentation on l... More Info

    1.3General Credits
  • Things That Make you Go Hmmm... Points That Every Real Estate Attorney Needs to Know

    Designed to provide further insight on matters that Real Estate Attorneys are familiar with but yet don’t know in-depth, this CLE course will address the how’s, why’s and when’s of important issues that arise in real estate law. The course will also expand knowledge and understanding of new development, legislative efforts to legalize illegal apartments, ineffective deed transfers and the most recent regulations related to notary publics. More Info

    2.6General Credits
  • Rules and Principles of The Division of Real Estate Between Married and Unmarried Partners

    Divorce is difficult – both emotionally and financially. Separating lives that were once united is complicated from every respect and the division of assets is one of the most combative issues couples face. This CLE course will focus on the division of real estate and the importance of prenuptial and mid-marriage agreements in protecting a spouse’s interest in a property, particularly when a down payment was provided by a family member. The course will explain the various pitfa... More Info

    1General Credit
  • The Highs and Lows of Cannabis Land Use Regulations

    Weed is now legal in 21 states, with more than 155 million Americans able to legally possess marijuana. However, it remains classified as a Schedule I drug on the Controlled Substances Act, which is the same category as heroin, meaning it can disqualify someone from entering the U.S. military or for applying for a security clearance. Even those cannabis businesses operating in state-legal markets struggle to fund their start-up costs because they are restricted from opening bank accounts or ge... More Info

    1.2General Credits
  • A Guide To Navigating The Maze Of New York City Zoning And Land Use

    Zoning and land-use are typically complex areas, and in New York City even more so. This CLE course will offer a detailed introduction to zoning and land use with a focus on New York City. The course will include discussions of the use, bulk and parking regulations of the Zoning Resolution, as well as present issues such as the transfer of "air rights", mandatory affordable housing, and continuation of non-conforming uses and discretionary approvals, including re-zoning special permits... More Info

    1.1General Credits
  • The Hidden Secrets of Constructive Trust Litigation

    Imagine your client, with full knowledge and faculties, has executed a deed signing away his property with the “understanding” that he would eventually get it back. Would the statute of frauds bar relief? Interesting question. This CLE course will address all the Hidden Secrets of Constructive Trust Litigation. Presented by the author of "Litigating Constructive Trusts" which addresses the main issues relevant to constructive trust cases, the course will address the issue from an offen... More Info

    1.7General Credits
  • Don’t Get Caught Without A Contractor’s License: The Downfalls and Damages of Working Without a License

    Violating license requirements can have serious consequences for contractors. The penalties tend to be severe and do not allow for equitable remedies. This CLE course will offer a basic overview of the rules in California and explain the consequences for contractors operating without one. The course will review the purpose of the licensing laws and how they are applied to contractors and those who perform construction services as well as exemptions to applicability. Recent case law c... More Info

    1.2General Credits
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