|Course Title||Land and Real Estate Law and Policy Introduction for Federal Natural Resource Projects
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This course explores the laws, principles, and practices affecting the Federal land acquisition and disposal process, with an emphasis on natural resource projects. It provides an introduction to basic real estate law and examines those laws, regulations, and guidelines specifically related to Federal land acquisition and disposal. Participants learn how to integrate legal requirements into land acquisition and disposal actions. The instruction also describes the similarities and differences between the Federal and private land acquisition processes. College Credit: 1 semester hour.
Recognize the similarities and differences between Federal and private real property acquisition and disposal processes;
Apply principles of real property law to the Federal real property acquisition and disposal process;
Identify key provisions in the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies Act, and the Department of Justice's title regulations standards and procedural guidance; and
Recognize which real property acquisition resource(s) to consult and use when confronted with a real property acquisition or disposal problem.
Program managers, planners, realty specialists, and others working with Federal land acquisition projects who need to become familiar with real estate terms, principles, and practices.
|Delivery Method||Instructor Led
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