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Fundamentals Webinar of Real Estate: What Young Lawyers Need to Know and What Old Lawyers Need to Recall


Meeting Description:

Real estate law is one of the simplest, and at the same time most complex, areas of the law.  It is simple because it does not move around so only the law of the state in which it is located governs issues involving real estate.  It is complex because, while the common law generally applies to real estate, most states have modified the common law by statute.  Being familiar with the law of the state is essential to avoid any disastrous consequences for the client.  A seemingly innocuous typographical error, misplaced punctuation marks, or addition or omission of essential language can change the effect of a document.  Having a fundamental awareness of conveying titles and examining abstracts will give the practitioners enough background to recognize potential problems and inquire further to avoid any major problems.

 

Approved for 1.0 CLE Credit

CLE Credit will be applied for in MN

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  • $30 for attorneys licensed less than 5 years
  • $75 for attorneys licensed 5 or more years
  • Free for UND Law Students
  • Free for Presenters & Moderator
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Details
Date: Tue, Mar 26, 2013
Time: 12:00 PM CDT
Duration: 1 hour
Host(s): State Bar Association of North Dakota & its Young Lawyers Section
 Presenter Information
Dean Rindy
 

Born and raised in rural North Dakota, he graduated with honors from NDSUand with distinction from the UND School of Law. He is licensed to practice law in North Dakota and Minnesota, and he has received the certification of Real Estate Specialist from the Minnesota Bar Association. He is a member of the North Dakota Title Standards committee, is an SBA 504 Designated Attorney for Expedited Loan Closings, and a Special Assistant Attorney General for the Bank of North Dakota. Dean is a licensed abstractor, title insurance agent, and an adjunct professor at Minnesota State University Moorhead where he teaches real estate law. It’s obvious that Dean specializes in real estate law, and he shares his knowledge with others. He has given numerous seminars on real property law, mortgage foreclosures, and bankruptcy, and he is an annual presenter at the Real Property, Probate, and Trust seminar. Dean practices at Kennelly O’Keeffe. 


Robert Stroup II
 

Named “Fargo Real Estate Lawyer of the Year for 2012” by Best Lawyers®, America’s oldest and most respected peer review publication in the legal profession, Bob has been a leading area real estate lawyer for many years. At Kennelly & O’Keeffe his practice is focused exclusively on real estate law and related issues for the firm’s clients. After graduating from UND law school in 1967, Stroup began practicing law. He has always specialized in real estate and related business law and banking issues. He is licensed to practice law in North Dakota and admitted to practice before the United States Supreme Court. Stroup has been on the Titles Standards Committee of the Real Property, Probate, and Trust Section of the North Dakota Bar Association for more than 35 years, currently serving as chairman. He has given numerous seminars on real property law, mortgage foreclosures, and bankruptcy, and he is an annual presenter at the Real Property and Trust Seminar. 


Justin Hughes (Moderator)
 

Justin Hughes (Moderator) was born in Manhattan, Kansas.  Growing up in North Dakota, he lived in Columbus, Grand Forks, Minot, and Underwood. Justin graduated from the University of North Dakota in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Psychology, and earned his Juris Doctor, with distinction, from the University of North Dakota School of Law in 2011.  While at the UND School of Law, he was selected for externship placements with the Honorable Kermit E. Bye, 8th Circuit Court of Appeals, and the North Dakota Supreme Court.  He was also an associate editor for the North Dakota Law Review. Following law school, Justin clerked for the eight judges of the South Central Judicial District in Bismarck, North Dakota.  While clerking, he was a member of the American Inns of Court and the Big Muddy Bar Association.  He also volunteered with the Junior Achievement Program. Justin practices law at Nilles Law Firm.