Course Content and Outcome Guide for PL 217

Course Number:
PL 217
Course Title:
Real Property Law II
Credit Hours:
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Course Description

Covers key real estate transactions documents and concepts, including earnest money agreements, deeds, title insurance escrow instructions, financing documents and closing documents. Audit available.

Addendum to Course Description

An elective satisfying the requirements of either a Legal Assistant Certificate or an Associate of Applied Science degree.

Intended Outcomes for the course

Analyze and prepare documents necessary to effectuate basic real estate transactions such as earnest money agreements, land sales
contracts, mortgages, trust deeds, deeds, and title insurance.
*    Compute dollar amounts involved in real estate transactions.

Course Activities and Design

Lecture and discussion of the topic assigned each week.  Students are invited and expected to participate in discussions related to the topics assigned and should be prepared to respond to the instructor's questions.  Students will be required to submit thoughtful, written
questions of that week's topic, as their assignment, for each class.