Session 1: A Checklist for Commercial Loans - Examine lender requirements for closing a commercial real estate loan transaction, highlighting issues and pitfalls that can surface and derail almost any closing.
Session 2: Construction Loans and Contractor Documents - Hear a contractor’s perspective on lender’s consent and assignment forms.
Session 3: Land Use Law in the Loan Process: Issue Spotting and Resolution - Explore land use due diligence for a loan and alternatives to keep the loan proceeding to closing, with insight into both public land use (zoning, platting, permitting, and development agreements) and private land use (deed restrictions, easements, and reciprocal agreements).
Session 4: Local Counsel Real Estate Opinion Report - Learn current best practices and market customs for the issuance of local counsel opinions in Texas mortgage lending transactions.
Session 5: Responding to the Title Commitment and Survey - An outline and discussion of the analysis of a title commitment, types of responses for buyer's and lender’s counsel, and integrating the survey into the title commitment.
Session 6: Title Insurance: Closing Protection Letters - Take a closer look at closing protection letters—what they do, what they don’t do, and why you need them in real estate transactions—and gain timely insight into trends in closing protection letters and liability in the real estate settlement process.
Session 7: Title Policy Key Provisions, The Duty to Defend, and Claims - Focus on key provisions of the title insurance policy including determination and timing of loss, duty of defense, and exclusions from coverage. Listen to a discussion about recent cases and how Texas courts have construed these provisions.
Session 8: Foreclosure Refresher: The Updated Basics - Get a step-by-step refresher on the foreclosure process, with a focus on practical concerns, and an update regarding recent statutory changes and case law impacting the process.
Session 9: How to Foreclose Personal Property - Gain practical guidance on how to foreclose on personal property under Article 9 of the UCC and the Texas Business and Commerce Code. Discuss the issues that may arise, including how to give proper notice, conduct a private or public sale, and repossess and dispose of collateral.
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