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LAW 903 - Real Estate Sales Trans

Unit(s): 2 to 3

A practice oriented course that provides a practitioner’s look into the role of debt and equity financing arrangements in the context of real estate transactions. Students will learn the fundamentals of real estate finance and taxation and how these factors inform corporate transactional structures. The course follows generally a commercial real estate acquisition process, from broker engagement, to letter of intent, to purchase and sale documentations, joint ventures, and debt financing. The course will also likely include segments on important post-closing matters that include credit assurances, guaranties, workouts and foreclosures. From a practice standpoint, we will discuss advocacy in the context of a transactional practice, the role of representations, warranties and covenants in a commercial transaction, and how the concepts of knowledge, consent and effort are used to tailor agreements between parties.”

Prerequisite: Property I. Co-requisite, Property II

Prerequisite: concurrent LAW 608 with a minimum grade of D
Restriction: Class restrictions exclude Law 1st Yr. Full time, Law 1st Yr. Part Time and Law 1st Yr. Part Time Day; College restricted to School of Law
School of Law

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