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9/13/2019
When: Friday, September 13, 2019
Log-in: 8:45 AM | Program: 9:00 AM - 12:15 PM
Where: Webcast: Live | InReach

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CLE CREDITS: 3.0
 
The laws governing the creation and use of roads are surprisingly complex for such a common and mundane function. The effective use of easements can make a substantial difference in the value of land, and the improper use of a neighbor’s land can lead to a dispute as bitter as the Hatfield and McCoy feud. This seminar will teach you how to determine what rights are included in an easement and, perhaps more importantly, what rights are not included. The statutory framework of road law will be covered, and special attention will be given to paper streets, especially to the recent case law developments concerning paper streets. This seminar is suitable for new practitioners or those who deal with road and easement issues only occasionally, as well as those with more experience who want to “brush up” their skills. 

This seminar will be useful to attorneys, surveyors, developers, municipal officials, and anyone who wants to understand what easements are and how they can be used most effectively. This seminar will be especially helpful for real estate agents, because the existence (or not) of old roads and paper streets can have a major impact on the marketability of land.
 
You Will learn:
  • What rights easement holders have and what rights they don’t have.
  • How to tell if a road is public, private, discontinued, or abandoned—and what 
    difference it makes.
  • How to create a valid easement or spot potential problems in an existing easement.
  • How to deal with paper streets.
  • And much more!
Presenter: John A. Cunningham, Eaton Peabody, Brunswick
 
To learn more about the program download the brochure!

 

REGISTRATION FEES
» MSBA Member: $175
» Land Surveyors, Municipal Officials: $175
» Non-Attorney Real Estate Prof.: $175

» CLE Club Members: $1130
» Support Staff of Club Member: $130
» Non-Members: $250
» Legal Support Staff/Paralegal: $135
» MSBA Student Member: $250

 

PROGRAM MATERIALS
Course materials will be uploaded to your 
registration account when they are available.  

Should you prefer to purchase the complete coursebook for $50, please call the CLE 
department at 207-622-7554.

In order to have your coursebook available for the program, we must receive your registration
5 working days before the program.
 

If we receive you register after the 5 days, the coursebook will be $60 and will be shipped to you after the program.


SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

Supported Operating Systems:
  • Windows 7 or higher
  • Mac OS X 10.5 or higher

Operating System: Windows XP
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  • Internet Explorer 9 or higher
  • Google Chrome
  • Mozilla Firefox
  • Safari 5.0 or higher (for Mac)

Internet:
A Cable or DSL internet connection providing
 2-3Mbps is highly recommended for the best streaming experience.IMPORTANT
If you will be accessing any of the online content at a work location, it is HIGHLY recommended that you first check with your IT department or Network Administrator to make sure that you have appropriate permissions to install programs and/or the ability to access streaming media.
QUESTIONS? CONTACT US!
1-877-622-7554.



 

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