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Easements, Encroachments & Setback Issues in Real Estate Law -
Webinar now available On-Demand. NOTE: On-Demand webinars are not eligible for CLE credit.
WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn how to best assist your clients dealing with real estate encumbrance issues such as easements, encroachments and setback disputes.
Do you know the best practices for assisting a client who is dealing with an easement, encroachment or property line issue on their land or real estate? Real estate law is one where many legal malpractice lawsuits arise. It’s critical that you remain current and follow the necessary steps to avoid costly mistakes, because a missed encumbrance may cost both you and your client.
Use this on-demand webinar, when Walter H. Stubbs will discuss the many encumbrance issues that can arise for a property owner and how you can best represent and assist them.
You will learn about:
- Access of the premises (common driveways, private roads, partial interests to recreational land, etc.)
- Indefinite and unclear easements
- Encroachments of a significant nature
- Violation of setback requirements
- CC&Rs and equitable servitudes
- Waterfront issues related to reliction and accretion
- Railroad and mineral rights
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Easements, Encroachments & Setback Issues in Real Estate Law — is just $99.
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About Your Presenter:
Walter H. Stubbs is a sole practitioner in Gallatin, Tennessee. He is experienced in both civil and criminal trials and appeals, real estate, bankruptcy and general commercial law. In addition to litigation matters, Mr. Stubbs has extensive real estate, banking law, bankruptcy (creditor's rights), probate and general business law experience. He has been an adjunct professor for the paralegal studies program at Volunteer State Community College since 1994. Mr. Stubbs attended Vanderbilt University School of Law in Nashville and Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. He is a member of the Sumner County Bar Association (president 1996), Tennessee Bar Association, Tennessee Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers and the Volunteer State Community College Paralegal Studies Advisory Board (president).