General practitioners are always in the fast lane, dabbling in multiple practice areas, jumping from case to case and struggling to stay on top of changes in the law. They are quite literally always on the go, running to client consultations, court appearances, and depositions. The one constant is the expectations of each client: general practitioners are expected to know and understand every new development that may impact an open case.
Real estate issues arise in virtually every general practitioner’s practice. In this excerpt from PBI’s 2011 General Practitioners’ Update, our instructor examines recent cases related to mineral rights, title searches, residential sprinkler systems, eminent domain (including the Private Road Act), easements, tax sales, tax exempt status, and Clean and Green exemptions.
PBI’s General Practitioners’ Update is a partner in practice like no other partner: it is your reliable source each year for concentrated updates in six practice areas. When there is no time for research, compiling and digging, there’s the General Practitioners’ Update. Visit PBI’s Online Campus for other courses from the 2011 Update on Estate Law, Family Law, Attorney Professional Liability, Civil Litigation and Advising Clients in the Age of Facebook.