The purpose of this course is to explain and de-mystify Real Property transactions in Trinidad and Tobago. The purchase of Real Property is usually the biggest investment a person would undertake in their lifetime.
Naturally, persons would be apprehensive when it comes to parting with their life’s savings towards the purchase of a structure that will become their home. The average individual is quite confused by the seemingly complex web of legal jargon, documents, time-lines, rules and requirements in relation to purchase of property. It is therefore easy for someone to feel lost, frustrated and intimidated during the transaction.
This course is designed to relieve some of the fear and anxiety of prospective buyers, as well as provide valuable information to prospective vendors as they embark upon the sale of real property. This course will also increase the participant’s level of fraud awareness in property sales, so they will not be a victim of unscrupulous persons.
This course targets the following persons:
There are no pre-requisites for this course.
This course is based on Real Property Law as taught to law students and has sufficient opportunities to apply legal principles to real-life scenarios.
Twenty-one (21) contact hours. Three (3) workshop sessions of seven (7) hours.
|Saturday||09:00 am to 04:00 pm||3 Weeks||21 hours||$1,600.00||Ms. Erica Cummings|
|Session||Start Date||End Date|
|Session 1||Saturday, June 6, 2020||Saturday, June 20, 2020|
|Session 2||Saturday, October 3, 2020||Saturday, October 17, 2020|
Erica Cummings – LLB, LEC, EMBA
Erica Cummings is an Attorney at Law of over 18 years standing at the bar of Trinidad and Tobago. Early in her career she was an Associate Attorney at Law at the Law firm Hobsons in the Property and Estates Department. Ms. Cummings then went on to be appointed as a Registrar in the Land Registry of the Registrar General’s Department.
Ms. Cummings lectured the course Conveyancing and Registration of Title at the Hugh Wooding Law School for 8 years and currently teaches Property Law in the Real Estate program at the UWI-Roytec School of Business and Applied Science. Ms. Cummings is also the holder of an Executive Masters in Business Administration (EMBA) from the Arthur Lok Jack Global School of Business.
The programme manager is responsible for the management of the course. If you would like further information or would like clarification on the course please contact the programme manager.
Mr. Matthew Christian
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