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
This course considers: the doctrines relating to the creation, modification and termination of trusts; the administration of estates and trusts (including investment powers, duty of loyalty, allocation between income and principal and remedies for breach... Learn more
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