July 20, 2007
Attorney review class - 'Time is of the essence'
It is a phrase used frequently in the Residential Real Estate Purchase Contract. It also applies to the ability to make money reviewing contracts for clients. The ability to efficiently identify problems and to make appropriate recommendations is the key. The latest revision of the Residential Real Estate Purchase Contract from the Columbus Board of Realtors and the Columbus Bar presents a distinct opportunity for attorneys to participate in transactions as never before.
With the inclusion of the Attorney Approval clause in the body of the Contract, attorneys will be called upon to review contracts and provide suggestions for improvement where necessary. Learn the common issues found in many contracts and how to correct them at a one-hour seminar presented by James A. Zitesman, representative from the Columbus Bar Real Property committee to the Residential Standard Forms committee at the Columbus Board of Realtors. Mr. Zitesman is also the instructor of the contract class presented at the Columbus Board of Realtors on a quarterly basis.
Learn the common issues found in many contracts and how to correct them on July 24 from 1 p.m. until 2. Register online here or by call 614/221.4112. The cost is $30 prepaid/$40 day of for members, $50 prepaid/$60 day of for non-members and $20 prepaid/$30 day of for paralegals.