ANNUAL REAL PROPERTY AND CONDOMINIUM LAW CONFERENCE

LawFuel.com – Law News Daily – Event sponsored by the University of Miami School of Law and Robert Traurig-Greenberg Traurig LLM Real Property Development Program

CORAL GABLES, FL (October 15, 2012) – The Ralph E. Boyer Institutes on Real Property and Condominium Law presents the Twenty-Fifth Institute on Real Property Law and the Thirty-Seventh Institute on Condominium and Cluster Developments on October 24 through 26 at The Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables.

The Institute on Real Property Law is designed to present current topics of considerable interest to attorneys and related professionals involved in real estate transactions, development and finance. The sessions will contain an update of Florida real property case law and major legislation. The finance update will present a practical discussion of securitization and servicing of mortgages impacting the real estate practitioner. The land use update will present a discussion of post-foreclosure status of entitlements and permits. Another session will focus on a practical title update discussing the issue of curing title defects during the foreclosure process and followed by a construction law update presenting case law, legislation and other current construction issues. A discussion of sustainability updates focusing on incorporating sustainable development concepts into real estate projects will conclude with an ethics presentation of real estate malpractice in Florida presented in a panel discussion format to include steps to be taken by the practitioner to avoid real estate legal malpractice. A luncheon roundtable will concentrate on expert analysis of the real estate market, its trends, and address the issue of whether new investment patterns have evolved in the current real estate recovery.

The Institute on Condominium Law and Cluster Development is designed to update condominium and planned development law generally and explore in detail particular topics of current interest. Sessions will explore judicial, legislative, arbitration and administrative recent developments and with the discussion of legal issues created by e-mail communications affecting community association operations and suggestions to or community association practitioners to address such issues.

The Luncheon Roundtable will present varying viewpoints on the condominium and multi-family markets, including economic and development trends. Other sessions will emphasize financial updates discussing developer and community association financial issues and liability avoidance and a discussion of strategic issues affecting condominium successor developers including the determination of status as a bulk buyer or bulk assignee and issues concerning whether an existing condominium regime should be terminated, in whole or part. There will be a panel discussion of resort and hotel condominium operational issues followed by a discussion of the continuing financial struggle between community associations and lenders including the issue of priorities, safe harbors – statutory limitations.

The final sessions will be a presentation regarding office and other commercial condominiums including developer and operational issues and a discussion of ethical dilemmas resulting from the distressed community, including the perspectives of owner, lender, association and bulk purchaser.

The Institute will conclude with our annual “Meeting with the Division”, an open forum consisting of an informal workshop discussing several significant issues confronting both developer and community association practitioners.

Continuing legal education credits in the areas of Appellate Practice, Real Estate, Civil Trail, and City, County, and Local Government for the Florida Bar are 8.5 General C.L.E.R. for the Real Property Institute. For the Condominium and Cluster Developments the credits apply in the same practice areas and are 13.0 General C.L.E.R. including 1.0 Ethics.

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