Recent Case Law Update; Possible Amendments to the Marketable Record Title Act
Thursday, March 25, 2021
Program: 3:00 – 4:30 p.m.
Registration Fee: Section Members $25, Non-Section Members $35
Please join us for a discussion of the current state of the Michigan Marketable Recordable Title Act, led by Nicholas P. Scavone, Jr. of Bodman, which will include discussion of proposed amending legislation and the role of the Real Property Law Section in its drafting. This will be immediately followed by an update on recent, real property related case law from the Michigan courts, led by Alexandra E. Dieck of Bodman. This informative presentation will help Michigan real property law practitioners stay informed on the current state of Michigan law. This virtual seminar is a must for practitioners who want to remain current on new developments in real property law.
Program Chair: Brian P. Foley of Dickinson Wright
Nicholas P. Scavone, Jr., Bodman
Alexandra E. Dieck, Bodman
For additional information, contact Karen Schwartz.
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Stay up-to-date on recent legislation, and get a preview of new legislation that may be on the horizon! The first hour of this seminar will include an overview of real property legislation that has passed during the last year, and an update from our lobbyist regarding bills that are currently pending in the state legislature. In the second hour we will learn more about two “hot topics”: the recent amendment to the Marketable Record Title Act and issues surrounding short-term rentals. This program is a must for practitioners who want to remain current on new developments in real property law.
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