Monthly Archives: March 2017

Call for Nominations for Members-At-Large on the Real Property Section Council

Members of the Real Property Section interested in making a nomination for a Member-at-Large position on the Real Property Section Council for a 2 year term commencing on July 1, 2017 and expiring on June 30, 2019 should email their nomination to Matthew L. Kimball, Secretary/Treasurer of the Real Property Section, at mlkimball@nilesbarton.com or fax […]

2017 Land Use Institute

Join us for the all new, 2017 Land Use Institute, on May 5th, 2017 in Columbia, MD.  Secretary of the Maryland Department of the Environment Ben Grumbles will discuss new environmental initiatives.  There will be an analysis of the most impactful land use decisions from Maryland’s appellate courts and the Supreme Court, and also a […]

Call For Nominations – The 2017 Distinguished Maryland Real Property Practitioner Award

Nominate a Maryland Attorney for THE 2017 DISTINGUISHED MARYLAND REAL PROPERTY PRACTITIONER Background Information and Instructions:          Complete Application, including requested information about you and your Nominee.          Only current, dues-paying members of the MSBA and the Real Property Section, licensed to practice in Maryland may make nominations.  A person may make more than one […]

Diversity in Transactional Practice

The MSBA Real Property Section and the MSBA Tax Section, together with The University of Baltimore School of Law Real Estate Law Association and The University of Maryland Real Property, Trusts and Estates Organization, invite you to attend: DIVERSITY IN TRANSACTIONAL PRACTICE This event will consist of a panel discussion and networking session for practitioners and law students to discuss how attorneys from varying backgrounds have […]

Walk the Line: An Interactive Course on the Surveying Process

As most of us well know, in many cases real property lawyers never see the actual real estate that we are helping our clients buy or build upon.  In most instances, we rely upon surveyors to do the ground work (literally!) and instead review their resulting surveys. Have you ever wondered what is involved in […]