This seminar will provide students with the substantive law background necessary for the drafting of wills and trusts and students will then have an opportunity to draft 1) dispositive provisions of wills, including bequests, marital deduction provisions... (2 pts.)
This is a survey course that employs a transactional approach (with planning problems) by examining the legal, business, and tax issues in modern commercial real estate transactions in the context of the relevant documentation, and by showing students... Learn more
The history of real estate financing transactions has been characterized by continually increasing complexity, which reflects growing and sophisticated needs of borrowers, lenders, investors, and financial markets as well as a convergence with certain... Learn more
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