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Dick Bales’ Complete Guide to Deeds

Real estate attorneys work with deeds every day. Attorneys for sellers of land prepare deeds for their closings. Attorneys may think that “deeds” are a fairly mundane topic, but Dick Bales hopes to prove otherwise. Dick has put together a comprehensive handout discussing virtually every facet about deeds, including such matters as the Doctrine of After Acquired Title, Dresser Drawer Deeds, Signature by Mark, and Underwriting Wild Deeds. Public Act 102-927 recently amended 765 ILCS 5/8, the statute on special warranty deeds. This new legislation has resulted in some controversy. Dick has attempted to study the issues from all angles, and he hopes to provide some thoughtful commentary on this very topical subject.
Credits: 1.25 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 0 Other PR
SKU: IRELA2300-R
$75.00 or 1.25 credits
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Faculty: 

Richard F. Bales, Property Title, LLC., Naperville, Illinois

Program Expires:  3/1/2025

Faculty: 

Richard F. Bales, Property Title, LLC., Naperville, Illinois

Program Expires:  3/1/2025

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Program Date2/8/2023
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Program Date2/8/2023
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