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Community Land Trusts: Protecting Affordability & Promoting Equity in Homeownership
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.

American Bar Association

$115

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62 minutes
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Buying Contaminated Property Without Liability: How to Be a Bona Fide Prospective Purchaser
This program will cover the statutory background of bona fide prospective purchasers, relevant case law regarding the same, and practical experience.

American Bar Association

$75

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87 minutes
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Legally Stolen Lands: Impacts and Remedies for Historically Disadvantaged People
Have you heard about the Uniform Partition of Heirs Property Act? Join our experts as they discuss property interests over many generations under state law.

American Bar Association

$115

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Adjudicating Land Use Claims
Need to get a handle on the complex issues surrounding how to appeal land use permit decisions? Bring your questions about the various courts and procedures in which your land-use issues may be litigated to our panel of seasoned veterans (and judges!) of land-use law. Our faculty will provide you with the knowledge to tackle appeals of land use claims from their beginnings through to relief.

American Bar Association

$115

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The Demise of Single-Family Zoning and Other Legal Strategies for Addressing Affordable Housing
Have you heard about the zoning changes Minneapolis has done to address the lack of affordable housing? Join our experts as they discuss initial consequences and strategies for other jurisdictions.

American Bar Association

$115

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Effective Legal Tools for Problems and Distressed Properties
Local government land use decisions affect economic development and quality of life. They can also create major challenges to efforts by property owners to develop and use their property, as well as to residents as they cope with growth and change. Get the tools you need to work with issues of abandoned and problem properties with the practical guidance this program offers.

American Bar Association

$115

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Addressing Environmental Claims and Liabilities in Chapter 11: Adminsitrative Expenses, Third-Party Liability, Abandonment and Brownfield Development
This panel will discuss what happens when an estate is administratively insolvent, when principals/owners can be liable, reclamation claims and permit-blocking issues, when you can abandon, why secured creditors won’t foreclose, nonprofits’/foundations’ role in clean-ups, and brownfield development.

American Bankruptcy Institute

$75

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90 minutes
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Land Rights in Myanmar: Past, Present, and Future Challenges and Opportunities
Despite Myanmar’s recent transition out of military rule, conflict and human rights violations are ongoing in Myanmar. This program features a Clinical Instructor and Lecturer on Law at Harvard Law School’s International Human Rights Clinic who will help you learn about land rights, as well as the complexities of human rights advocacy, government structures, and the rule of law, in Myanmar.

American Bar Association

$115

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Knick Overrules Williamson County: What Does It Mean for Eminent Domain?
In June 2019, the Supreme Court overruled its Williamson County precedent, which required that property owners, as a practical matter, must bring their Fifth Amendment takings claims against state or local governments in state courts. The Court’s new decision, in Knick v. Township of Scott , allows them to bring their inverse condemnation claims directly in federal court. Panelists who pled both sides of this case will discuss their insights into this important decision and its ramifications.

American Bar Association

$115

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