As discussed in my last post, I was one of the presenters at a recent National Business Institute seminar on “Top Title Defects – Cured” in Oklahoma City. My presentation was on: Estate, Trust, and Power of Attorney Issues. One of the things I enjoyed most about this event was learning from the other presenters, and as promised in my prior post, I want to give a little bit more information about the other presenters and their topics.
James W. Carlton covered two sections: the first on dealing with breaks in the chain of title and the second on issues with judgments and liens. David M. Dryer also gave two presentations: the first on legal descriptions and the second on foreclosure issues. I enjoyed working with Dale L. Astle again this year, and his presentation covered easements, access issues, restrictive covenants, setback issues, and encroachments. All of the presentations were well done.
There was also a question & answer period at the end. At times when the questions were slow, I threw out a few of my own! So thanks to everyone there for the good discussion throughout the event. In a future blog post, I intend to address in more depth a few of the questions and issues raised during the day.
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