“Universal” due diligence issues – ownership, title, survey, environmental, permits
Tailoring due diligence to specific transactions – existing buildings or new developments
Knowing when enough is enough – cost/benefit analysis of due diligence
Runtime: 1 hour and 27 minutes
Recorded: January 11, 2017
Due diligence for real estate transactions is a bit of an enigma. What is its goal? What does it entail? What value does it add to a real estate sales transaction? These questions often arise for lawyers and, even more commonly, for less sophisticated (or impatient) parties. We invite you to spend your time with us considering why and how we undertake due diligence when buying or selling real estate.
This seminar will look at a number of issues related to the use of medical marijuana for workers’ comp injuries, considerations and coverage questions for insurers, provide answers for employers on applying drug policies and look at other risks for employees, employers and insurers in the workplace.
With housing costs once again soaring in the U.S, record numbers of new community land trusts are starting up around the US. This CLE is designed to increase attorney awareness of the shared equity home ownership model, and to provide a framework for how the ground lease and other legal tools function to create and steward permanently affordable home ownership.