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HOSPITALITY, TIMESHARING AND COMMON INTEREST DEVELOPMENT GROUP

ABA Section of Real Property, Trust & Estate Law

HOSPITALITY, TIMESHARING AND COMMON INTEREST DEVELOPMENT GROUP

Welcome!

The Hospitality Group focuses on the varied and numerous issues involving the development, structuring, management and operation of resorts, hotels, and common interest communities such as condominiums, timeshares, and planned communities. There are three committees within the group, each of which specifically addresses its designated subject matter (although there is often a significant amount of overlap between the committees). Each committee pursues the unique issues presented in their respective areas of practice, including such issues as the acquisition, financing, development, operation, management and disposition of these special types of development. The three committees are:

In addition to the materials available here, our Group also hosts a number of hot topics calls and sponsors eCLE programs throughout the year. We look forward to your involvement with our Group.

Hot Topics: How To Pay for Common Amenities

Section Events

    Powers of Attorney in Disability Planning: Silver Bullet or Landmine?

    02/03/2015-02/03/2015

    The power of attorney began as a simple instrument for disability planning for those of modest means. However, it has become an extremely powerful tool in late-in-life-estate planning, financial management during disability and health care decision-making. This panel discussion will cover:Guidance for ...

    REITs for Real Estate Lawyers

    02/04/2015-02/04/2015

    This program is an essential to stay on the right track when dealing with a real estate investment trust (REIT). Our Panel will focus on the numerous organizational and operational requirements that must be met by REITs and commonly-encountered transactions involving REITs, including: REIT leasing ...

    Domestic Asset Protection Trust Planning: Jurisdiction Selection Series: Alaska, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Wyoming

    02/10/2015-02/10/2015

    15 states, such as Nevada and New Hampshire, permit the creation of full blown self-settled asset protection trusts. Besides the 15, at least 10 other states, including Arizona and Maryland, allow some form of an asset protection trust, including inter vivos QTIP trusts. The proliferation of domestic ...

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RPTE-HOSPITALITY@mail.americanbar.org

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Group Leadership

Chair:

Lubinski, Joseph
Message From Group Leadership

Council Representative:

Freedman, Robert

Vice-Chair:

Haggerty, Nancy

Committee Roster  

Modified by Joseph Lubinski on November 8, 2014

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