Commercial Real Estate Transactions

439C

Course Description:
This course will provide a brief overview and introduction to selected topics in the law governing the purchase and financing of real estate, with a particular focus upon commercial transactions. Topics will likely include the following: negotiation and drafting of the purchase/sale contract, the buyer's "due diligence" investigation (including coverage of title investigation and the role of title insurance), remedies for breach of contract, negotiation and drafting of the commercial lease, the mortgage/deed of trust, negotiation and drafting of mortgage documentation (e.g., mortgagee's rights to rents, prepayment rights), foreclosure, and the impact of bankruptcy upon the mortgagee's rights. Prerequisite: MGT 439b or consent of instructor. [1]

1 Credit(s)

Please Note: Not all courses are scheduled each semester. Complete class schedules are available upon enrollment.