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|Personal Injury - Practice Area - Wrongful Death||
The PI Core Course is required for any successful completion in a PI Practice Area course. Upon successful completion of the PI Core Course and one PI Practice Area course gives a certificate of completion in the Practice Area. Upon successful completion of the PI Core Course and all 8 PI Practice Area courses gives a certificate of completion in Personal Injury.
|Real Estate - Land Use||
This course provides an overview of zoning and land use regulation. Zoning is a type of public control that places many limits on how land is used. Each city or county places all its properties into zones for residential, commercial, industrial, agricultural, or other uses. Land use regulations vary widely from state to state, county to county, and city to city. Property owners can sometimes make requests for changes to the permitted uses and prohibited uses with applications for conditional uses, variances, zoning changes, or other requests.
|Real Estate Law||
Real Estate Law reviews the basic concepts involved in real estate law, including its terminology and historical background; possessory and nonpossessory interests in land and how they may be acquired, used, and transferred; contractual, societal, and governmental limitations on the use of land, including nuisance and zoning laws; types of land ownership and the legal rights and obligations that characterize and distinguish each of them; methods and procedures for the sale of land and land financing, including land contracts; systems established for title assurance; and adverse possession.
|Real Estate Principles||
The Real Estate Principles APC course presents fundamental concepts related to acquisition, possession, use, and transfer of real property.
This course discusses the detailed steps in procuring, policing, and defending a trademark. We also explain the logic behind the laws and the strategies set forth. The course reviews:
This course focuses on those areas of written communication in the legal environment that are the most difficult for most people. This includes punctuation, grammar, word usage, composition of sentences and paragraphs, and effective writing skills. The course modules are presented as follows: