Seminar on Demand – Residential Real Estate 2020: Avoiding Problems that Lead to Conflict & Liability
Original Date: October 24, 2020
Chair: Jeffrey V. Kahane, Kahane Law Office
Presenters: Elizabeth Aspinall, Law Society of Alberta; Mae L. Chow, Duncan Craig LLP; Al Golemme, MFA, FPBA, Concept Professional Group Inc.; and Kyle MacLeod, Alberta Lawyers Indemnity Association
Unexpected issues can arise in seemingly straightforward real estate matters. Develop strategies to recognize common and less common pitfalls, identify points of potential conflict, and protect yourself from liability. Enhance your capacity to serve clients and move transactions along.
- Foreign ownership on the sale of homes, CRA, and other accounting issues
- Common ALIA claims against real estate lawyers
- Frequent contentious issues between lawyers for buyers and lawyers for sellers
- Improper and problematic trust conditions in real estate transactions
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