BSLĀ 694. Real Estate Law. 2 Credit Hours.

Real Estate Law focuses on the U.S. legal system as it relates to the buying, selling, and financing of real property. In addition to traditional text material, the analysis of U.S. court cases is used to detail the legal factors of ownership rights and liabilities, specific interests in real property, contracting issues related to the purchase and sale of real property, as well as financing and closing the real estate transaction. The course provides a problem-solving experience, which is intended to develop graduate students' critical thinking process as well as their skills in oral and written communication.
Components: LEC.
Grading: GRD.
Typically Offered: Fall.