PRL 210 : Real Property Law
This course emphasizes the study of real property law. Topics include the distinction between real and personal property, various estates and interests in property, and the mechanics of conveyance, encumbrances, and closing procedure. Upon completion, students will demonstrate the ability to identify estates, forms of deeds, recording requirements, the closing process, and procedures used to enforce rights to real property. Offered Fall semester only.
Theory Credit: 3
Completion of PRL 101 and PRL 102 with a grade of “C” or higher.