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Legal Issues in Real Estate Development
Instructors: 
Credits: 
4
Semesters Offered: 
Fall
4-Letter Course Group: 
SRED
Course Number: 
6210

Real estate development relies extensively on various overlapping systems of laws and regulations, both public and private.  This course will introduce to students the various ways in which legal rules can affect real estate projects in the planning stages, when contracting for services, through the entitlement process, at financing, and elsewhere. 

At the completion of the course, students will have an understanding of the legal framework that surrounds the real estate development process, which will assist them in planning their projects, engaging with counsel, interacting with government authorities, and contracting with other project team members.

 

Old Course Number: SRED 6120

Course is Active: 
yes
Course Materials: 
Course Topic: 
Real Estate Development - Graduate