Real Estate Transactions

(2070.04) Course
Instructor(s): R. Rosenblatt; Adjunct Professor

Description: The purpose of this course is to expose for examination the legal, ethical and practical problems in commercial and residential transactions respecting property. Problems related to real estate transactions, including those involving real estate brokers and agents, sellers and buyers, mortgagors and mortgagees will be examined. Focus is on current legal issues, the role of the lawyer including the lawyer's legal and ethical obligations.

Evaluation: 100% Open-book examination; 50% paper option. 6,000 words.

Fall: 4 credits; 4 hours
Max. Enrollment: 60
Prerequisite Courses: None
Preferred Courses: None
Presentation: Lectures, discussion
Upper Year Research & Writing Requirement: No
Praxicum: No