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Learn how to use, prepare, evaluate, and interpret a land survey.The land survey is a critical part of real estate practice. All parties involved need to be knowledgeable of the survey process so a proper survey can be...
AIA, ENG credit available
Understand key provisions of the title commitment, policy and features of the survey, as well as consequences and strategies for the included parties.
Understand the importance of comprehensive plans as both guides and directives to land use.Comprehensive plans along with zoning and development regulations form the bases for land use decisions.
Understand the various situations in which licenses, franchises, or easements should be used.Utilities are faced with options and choices regarding the manner which they will deliver their product to their customers.
Learn strategies for different pathways available to resolve land use disputes and how to get the best results from mediation.When it comes to zoning, the risk of litigation is always present.
Gain an understanding of the various types of alternative land use regulations.This topic will review a variety of alternative forms of land use regulations, i.
Gain a better understanding of the complex zoning and land use issues associated with the marijuana industry.With an increasing number of states now legalizing marijuana businesses, either for adult recreational use or...
AIA, AICP, CLE, ENG credit available
Gain insights and strategies on how to successfully navigate the land use entitlement process.This program will provide insights both for representatives of the development community and for city attorneys and county...
Ethical issues are widespread throughout the development process. Many ethical issues are avoidable if the developer, its attorney(s), consultants and others involved on their behalf make sure to understand their role...
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA), by some estimates, recognizes approximately 13 million acres of distressed lands such as brownfields, CERCLA sites, RCRA sites and abandoned mine sites.
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