Real Property Law
Study that provides the basic concepts of the law of real property and a working knowledge of the procedures and documents involved in real estate transactions. Rules affecting ownership and transferability of real estate are covered. Discussion covers the paralegal's duties, from accumulating data and information needed to complete the various instruments of conveyance, such as deeds or mortgages, to monitoring mortgage foreclosures, real estate closings, examining title reports, preparing and plotting legal descriptions of land, and preparing leases. Real Estate Law is not an approved substitution for this course. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Corequisite(s): ENL111. Spring Only.