Clearing Title for Defects Involving Easements, Encroachments, and Survey/Boundary Disputes
Identifying and Resolving Common Title Defects to Ensure Closing the Deal
An encore presentation with live Q&A.
Recording of a 90-minute premium CLE video webinar with Q&A
This CLE course will provide real estate counsel with a review and discussion on how to identify and resolve title defects and boundary issues arising from property surveys, easements, and encroachments. The program will analyze the various issues that give rise to these common matters and best practices for addressing them to close the deal.
- Easements and encroachments
- Access to the property
- Indefinite and ambiguous easements
- Setback violation
- Survey/boundary disputes
- Conflicting surveys
- Apparent easements disclosed by survey
- Resolving issues with title insurance
The panel will review these and other challenging matters:
- What are the most common issues related to easements and encroachments on property?
- What are best practices for investigating and clearing the title exceptions?
- What are practical solutions and considerations when faced with lack of access?
An encore presentation with live Q&A.
Lawrence S. (Larry) Glosser
Ahlers Cressman & Sleight
Mr. Glosser’s primary focus is real estate, business, and corporate law. His practice combines transaction... | Read More
Mr. Glosser’s primary focus is real estate, business, and corporate law. His practice combines transaction and litigation. He has been actively involved in the real estate industry as a broker, manager, developer and attorney since 1978. Mr. Glosser is thoroughly familiar with all aspects of real estate transactions and financing. He brings his entrepreneurial experience to the practice of law, enabling him to understand both the legal and business issues presented in each transaction. As an attorney, he assists clients with understanding and evaluating legal issues associated with business transactions, enabling clients to analyze risk, and make informed business decisions. Mr. Glosser is a frequent speaker on a variety of real estate topics, both locally and nationally.Close
Zachary D. Schorr
Lead Trial Attorney
Mr. Schorr is an experienced Los Angeles real estate attorney and litigator who enjoys the litigation process and... | Read More
Mr. Schorr is an experienced Los Angeles real estate attorney and litigator who enjoys the litigation process and trials. He initially gained his experience in law by working in a well-known national law firm, while later honing his skills at a well-respected real estate and entertainment boutique law firm. Mr. Schorr is a frequent lecturer on various areas of real estate law.Close
Olson Redford & Wahlberg
Ms. Wahlberg focuses her practice on the representation of clients in all aspects of real estate litigation and... | Read More
Ms. Wahlberg focuses her practice on the representation of clients in all aspects of real estate litigation and transactions, as well as commercial and business matters. Her practice emphasizes the representation of buyers and sellers of residential and commercial real estate and providing assistance with matters such as title disputes; boundary and survey disputes; easements, right of way and access issues; deed and contract preparation; mechanic’s lien disputes; representation in administrative proceedings for licensed professionals; and Torrens proceedings subsequent and registration proceedings. As a former in-house claims counsel with regional and national responsibilities, Ms. Wahlberg has extensive experience in handling title and escrow claims which assists title insurers and title agencies in meeting legal challenges. Her experience extends from curative actions and lien priority defense to coverage, as well as providing policy coverage opinions and coverage defense representation. Ms. Wahlberg’s experience working with title companies, developers, surveyors, appraisers, abstractors, examiners, and other real estate professionals allows her to identify, evaluate, and strategize on resolving real estate matters, with and without litigation.Close