3 edition of Federal environmental regulation of real estate found in the catalog.
Federal environmental regulation of real estate
Cross, Frank B.
|Statement||Frank B. Cross.|
|LC Classifications||KF3775 .C76|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. (loose-leaf) :|
|LC Control Number||93060880|
The substantive book draws on contemporary and historical legal cases to illustrate important contemporary environmental law topics and the major federal environmental statutes. It also has sections on the basics of regulation, regulatory challenges and enforcement. Other rights are limited by law. Much regulation of real estate is statutory, enacted by a legislative body, or regulatory, enacted by a governmental administrative agency. Environmental laws, for example, are primarily statutory and regulatory. Other real estate law is common law, meaning that it evolved from judicial decisions.
A Real Estate Lawyer’s Guide To The Internet. By Robert J. Ambrogi. Conveyancing lawyers find themselves entangled in an ever-expanding web of federal and state laws. Real estate practice today requires expertise in banking law, environmental regulation, civil . See Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, Division of Banking Supervision and Regulation (), "Prudent Commercial Real Estate Loan Workouts," Supervision and Regulation Letter SR (October 30); and Office of the Comptroller of the Currency, Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Federal Reserve Board, Federal Financial.
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Environmental Regulation of Real Property enables you to anticipate and solve a wide range of environmental law problems. It not only offers in-depth analysis of federal environmental statutes having a bearing on land use, but also looks closely at rules imposed by state and local governments.
Federal Environmental Regulation of Real Estate Law Digest focuses on cases dealing with the impact of environmental laws and regulations on land ownership, land development, and land acquisition. This digest contains updated research references and cross-references to assist you in locating items fast.
Genre/Form: Digests: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Douglas, James A. Federal environmental regulation of real estate law digest. Boston, Mass.: Warren. : Federal Environmental Regulation of Real Estate Law Digest (): Warren, Gorham and Lamont: Books.
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: Federal Environmental Regulation of Real Estate Law Digest (): Douglas, James A., Nembach, Paul A., Warren, Gorham & Lamont: BooksAuthors: Paul A. Nembach, James A. Douglas. By John A. Yoegel. Real Estate License examiners will expect you to have a general understanding of environmental laws, as it pertains to real estate.
As environmental concerns have grown across the United States, the federal government has passed a series of laws, regulations, and programs to deal with environmental issues. Regulations are codified annually in the U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (CFR).
Title Protection of Environment is the section of the CFR that deals with EPA's mission of protecting human health and the environment. The CFR is available from the Government Printing Office. Please note, Title 40 is typically not updated until July of the.
Full Citation. Frank B. Cross, Federal Environmental Regulation of Real Estate (New York: Warren Gorham & Lamont, ; semi-annual updates through ) Details Publication Date Log In. Contact Texas Law Texas Law. East Dean Keeton St. Austin, Texas A leading expert in the field guides you through every major federal environmental law and regulation affecting real estate ownership, development, and acquisition.
Offers insights and practical solutions, such as how to satisfy environmental cleanup standards under CERCLA and avoid incurring additional costs, and the best ways to handle. The common law distinguishes estates along two main axes: (1) freeholds versus leaseholds and (2) present versus future interests.
A freehold estate An interest in land that has an uncertain duration. is an interest in land that has an uncertain duration. The freehold can be outright ownership—called the fee simple absolute—or it can be an interest in the land for the life of the possessor.
The Federal Reserve Board’s real estate appraisal standards are found in Regulation H, subpart E, 12 CFR –51 for state member banks. For BHCs, the appraisal standards can be found in Regulation Y, subpart G, 12 CFR The standards primarily focus on the responsibilities of the bank's board of directors for developing and.
Federal environmental regulation addressed the federal government itself, rather than states, consumers, or industry. This all changed with a flurry of environmental legislation in the early s. Currently, most federal environmental laws grant both expansive regulatory authority to federal agencies, as well as authorize states to implement.
The Real Estate Law is comprised of statutes and regulations with which real estate practitioners should be familiar. It is divided into four parts by subject matter as follows: #N#Real Estate Law and Subdivided Lands Law.
Business and Professions Code Sections through #N#Regulations of the Real Estate Commissioner. Federal, state and local governments jointly administer the environmental protection laws in Australia. As a business owner, you need to understand which laws apply to you.
The Department of Agriculture, Water and the Environment administers the Environment Protection. With the increased individual and governmental concern about the environment, much pressure is being exerted on the real estate industry to take more account of environmental considerations.
This updates EPA's "The Yellow Book: Guide to Environmental Enforcement and Compliance at Federal Facilities" (# B) published in This resource provides field-level personnel a primer for complying with environmental requirements and understanding the enforcement and compliance processes used by EPA at federal facilities.
The state of Arizona complies with all federal laws and standards set in forth by the U.S. EPA, including CERCLA and SARA. Arizona also has specific requirements for real estate environmental hazards. Guidance on the Uniform Act as it pertains to FTA programs and projects is contained in Chapter II, Management of Real Property, Equipment and Supplies, of FTA Circular C, Grant Management Guidelines(October 1, ).
Additional Resources: FTA Webpage listing Federal laws and regulations governing the acquisition of real property. The real estate manager must be aware not only of the value of land for purchase and sale but also of proper lease negotiation, tax policies and assessments, zoning and land development, and environmental laws.
In this chapter, we focus on regulation of land use and the environment. Water Rights and Environmental Regulation: A Lawyer's Guide While state law almost exclusively governs the allocation of surface waters in the United States, there are also reserved rights, an important class of water rights created by federal law.
This book discusses the impact of federal environmental law on the use of water resources. Rehabilitation Tax Credit - Real Estate Tax Tips Taking credit for history. Installment Sales - Real Estate Tax Tips Time is on your side.
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