RAJC Seminars

27 Mar

Who Is Authorized To Sign Contracts and Listing Agreements

Who Is Authorized To Sign Contracts and Listing Agreements

Monday, March 27, 2023 (1:30 PM to 3:00 PM)

RASM South & Webinar, Sarasota, Florida Free, RAJC

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A contract or listing agreement, and ultimately the Deed, must be signed by someone who has the legal right to do so (such as a trustee, manager, personal representative, or agent acting under a power of attorney), as well as by all the appropriate parties (such as the spouse, co-trustee, beneficiaries, etc.). These documents are the most critical aspects of any real estate transaction and can determine whether a transaction can even legally occur. While the concept of contracts and agreements seems simple enough, they can get complicated when the property in question is owned by multiple people, by a corporation or by a trust. This class will discuss how to determine who really owns a piece of property, how to make sure you have all the rightful owners, and how to prevent common mistakes and pitfalls.

Peter Pike, Pike Law
Matt Kelly, Essenson Law Firm
Kara Scott, Barnes Walker, PLLC

Moderated by: Debra Pitell-Hauge, Realtor®

Informational - Non CE
Cost: Free Members / $15 Non-members

RASM South & Webinar
RASM South & Webinar
2320 Cattlemen Rd.
Sarasota, FL 34232

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