Real Estate Law

Course Code
BL 582
Hours
3 hours
Type
Elective
Offered
  • Winter 18
  • Winter 19
Real Estate Law --- LAW- The legal distinction between real and personal property; the importance of fixtures in real estate acquisition and development; the nature and use of air, water and mineral rights; the role of easements in real estate development; the types of ownership (general forms such as joint ownership, condominiums, and timeshares, and investment forms such as limited partnerships, LLCs, and real estate investment trusts); contractual arrangements with real estate brokers; anti-discrimination laws, real estate contracts; proof of title and the role of title companies; legal aspects of financing - mortgages, land contracts, mechanics liens; closings; and acquisition through lenses.

BL 582 fulfills the MBA Law/Ethics Requirement. Prior to the Fall 2014 term, this course was called LHC 582.

2018: For additional information, please visit www.cengagebrain.com/course/2358095.

Taught By
Jill Schloff
  • LEO Intermittent Lecturer