RRAR will hold the first of the two courses, titled Course 3217: And the Court Said, on the afternoon of June 2, 2015. It will cover new laws in the North Carolina (NC) real estate industry as well as review amendments to current ones. Designed as a risk management learning system, the course includes coverage and study of various cases that went before the NC Court of Appeals. Throughout the four-hour course, attendees will learn what to do and what to avoid in regards to state transactions. Covered subjects include contracts, new construction, property management, compensation issues, and misrepresentation, among others.
On June 9, 2015, the RRAR will hold its second real estate law course, which reviews some of the key lawsuits that drove industry changes and reform. Specific lawsuits discussed include the Ballard Case, the Starker Decision, Abney v. AHS, and the Edina Realty Agency case. Cases studied are intended to promote participant investigation into a variety of topics, such as agency relationship disclosure, buyer brokerage, and rebates.
For more information on RRAR courses or to register, visit the organization’s education page at rrar.com/education.cfm/s/118/page/371.