The historic law of “caveat emptor,” which is Latin for “let the buyer beware,” has been greatly modified. Statutes require certain disclosures by sellers to buyers, and common contract forms used in California make additional requirements. Failure to make proper disclosures can lead to disputes and unhappy clients. In this seminar, experienced real estate agents will discuss disclosure requirements and common practices, and how they differ between residential and commercial transactions.
Originally Recorded 9/9/15
Andrea Best, Nourmand & Associates
David Thind, Coldwell Banker NRT
David Maldonado, Coldwell Banker NRT
Laurence Hummer, Law Offices of Laurence L. Hummer, A Law Corporation
1 hour CLE credit
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