Law 209 - Real Estate Finance
Grant S. Nelson
J.D. University of Minnesota, 1963
This is a concentrated study of the law governing the financing of land transactions from both a national and California perspective. Coverage includes the California deed of trust, installment land contracts and other mortgaging substitutes, assignments of rents, receiverships, prepayment, foreclosure, priorities, California anti-deficiency legislation, impact of borrower bankruptcy on mortgage lenders, construction lending, future advances lending and the secondary market.
This course should enable the student to understand not only the substantive rules of real estate finance law, but also to become sophisticated in national and regulatory impact of the mortgage on major national economic trends and institutions.
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