Colorado Real Estate Law Workshop
This 2-Day Workshop brings to life the color and law of Colorado real estate in day–to-day settings. Three Colorado attorneys, all with real estate backgrounds, will emphasize a banker’s perspective of the topics below. Attend and you will walk away with a better understanding of Colorado real estate law that will help you to recognize, solve, and prevent legal issues.
- Introduction to the Legal Framework of Colorado Real Estate Law
- Land Interest: Present and Future
- Extent of Real Estate Interests
- Owner’s Associations/CCIOA
- Co-Ownership of Real Estate
- Methods of Transfer and Conveyance
- The Purchase Contract
- Describing Land Interests
- Transfers by Wills, Estates and Probate
- Leasing Issues for Lenders
- Colorado’s Public Trustee Foreclosure Process
- Environmental Law
- Legal Issues in Land Development
- Constitutional Issues
This program is designed for financial services professionals looking for a fundamental overview of Colorado Real Estate Law.
Please note this Workshop is offered for informational purposes only and is not intended to constitute legal advice nor to create an attorney/client relationship.
BRENT COAN is a Colorado Business and Real Estate Attorney with Coan, Payton & Payne, LLC (CP2), located in Fort Collins, Colorado. Mr. Coan’s practice is focused on corporate and real estate related matters including: purchase and sale transactions; business organization and capitalization; corporate M&A transactions; land planning and development; oil and gas development and transactions; all issues related to financial institutions and lender/creditor rights involving real estate and commercial loan transactions.
CLAY BARTLETT is a Northern Colorado business, real estate and entertainment attorney who has been practicing with the CP2 team since 2012 and is based out of the firm’s Fort Collins office. Mr. Bartlett’s practice is focused on business and real estate transactions as well as entertainment law matters. On the real estate side, Mr. Bartlett assists clients with all kinds of transactions, ranging from the sale and purchase of commercial, residential or vacant property; to planning, zoning and development; to drafting lease agreements and managing properties. Mr. Bartlett also teaches a real estate law class at Colorado State University’s School of Business in Fort Collins as an adjunct professor and is a participant in the 2015 Class of Leadership Northern Colorado.
CURTIS SEARS is “Of Counsel” to CP2 focusing on real estate law. He graduated from the University of Colorado School of Law in 1992 and has practiced law both in Colorado and Texas in both small and large firms. Curtis has been actively involved in real estate development, construction and brokerage throughout his career and served for many years as a Director of a commercial bank. In 2008, he began teaching real estate courses at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado Boulder, and later at the College of Business at Colorado State University. Curtis was appointed Senior Instructor at Leeds in 2014 where he remains a member of the teaching faculty. His teaching responsibilities have included real estate principles, law, development, and careers. He also serves as the faculty sponsor and coach for CU’s real estate case competition teams. Curtis is currently a licensed attorney in Colorado and was previously licensed in Texas.