Title to Real Property – Strange But True Examples of What Can Go Wrong With Title, and How To Fix Them
Wendel Rosen’s real estate litigation partner Mark Epstein, will co=present “Title to Real Property- Strange But True Examples of What Can Go Wrong With Title, and How To Fix Them,” on Tuesday, December 12, 2017 in the David I. Wendel Conference Center, 1111 Broadway, Oakland, California.
Join Kevn and Mark as they discuss how they have helped their clients resolve some of the more unusual and vexing real estate title problems that they have experienced.
Topics will include:
- Correcting improper vesting (e.g., co-owners hold title as tenants-in-common when their intent was to hold title as joint tenants)
- Correcting incomplete or ambiguous legal descriptions in deeds that leave the property with gaps or “holes”
- Providing access to landlocked parcels
- Readjusting boundary lines that run through fences or structures (encroachment problems)
- Getting rid of liens that are stale or no longer valid
- Title problems caused by Subdivision Map Act issues
- Title problems caused by potentially “stale” CC&Rs
- “Void” (not just “voidable”) instruments
Registration: 4:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Program, followed by networking: 5:00 PM – 6:30 PM
Cost: This is a complimentary event for clients and guests of Wendel Rosen.
RSVP: Space is limited. Advanced registration is required. To reserve your spot, please send an email by December 6th to firstname.lastname@example.org