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Property Battles: Easements, Adverse Possession and other Boundary Line Disputes

Property Battles: Easements, Adverse Possession and other Boundary Line Disputes

Wednesday, March 11, 2015
9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
New York State Bar Association
One Elk Street
Albany, NY 12207
Not able to attend in person?
A Live Webcast Option is Available on Wednesday, March 25, 2015
Newly admitted attorneys (less than twenty-four months) must attend the program in person to receive New York MCLE credit.
Program Description:
Land is a precious, finite commodity that has resulted in some of the most exciting and intellectually stimulating legal cases ever heard. These experienced attorneys will draw the battle lines and outline the rules of New York property battles. This seminar will cover the basics rules of property and boundary line disputes to the more complex real-world examples of adverse possession, easements, and party walls. This forum will cover the fundamentals of each of these topics as well as their practical application from Wall Street to Hudson Valley.
NYSBA Real Property Section
NYSBA Committee on Continuing Legal Education
4.5 MCLE Credits:  2.5 Skills | 2.0 Professional Practice
– Connect and network with fellow attorneys
– Enhance your knowledge with Section publications
–  Save 15% on this program!
Call (800) 582-2452 and join today!
Who should attend:
Attorneys who handle real property disputes, represent sellers and purchasers of real property, represent estates which may convey real property, title company attorneys, Land Surveyors, and Title Abstractors.
Program Co-Chairs:
Adam Leitman Bailey, Adam Leitman Bailey, P.C., NY, NY
Laura E. Ayers, Law Office of Laura E. Ayers, Schoharie, NY
Topics Covered:
• Order of Precedence in Deed Descriptions
• Boundary Lines by Practical Location or Acquiescence
• Boundary Lines by Agreements (Parole or Written)
• Estoppel and Encroachments
• Adverse Possession
• Easement fights
• Party Wall Disputes
NYSBA Members: $125
Non Members: $225
Note: Registration fees increase ten days prior to the program date.
Registration: 8:30 a.m. Program: 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Additional Information: This course has been approved for all attorneys, including those who are newly admitted (less than twenty-four months). Newly admitted attorneys must attend the program in person to receive New York MCLE credit.

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