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2017-2018 Course 3 - Wisconsin New Developments

2017-2018 Course 3 - Wisconsin New Developments

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2017-2018 Course 3 - Wisconsin New Developments 3.00
Approved for the 2017-2018 Biennium
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  • This course is approved by the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services for three CE credits for 2017-2018.
  • Continuing Ed Express welcomes you to Course 3: Wisconsin New Developments – 2017-2018 written by Laurel Stone.
     
    Section 1 – New and Revised Forms
    Buyer Agency/Tenant representation agreements
          Commission/Compensation
          Disclosure of agency
    Amendment to Buyer Agency/Tenant Representation Agreements

    Section 2 – Law Updates
    Office Supervision
          Independent Contractors
          Independent Practice
          Supervision of teams
          Statute of Limitations
          Reporting Felony or Misdemeanor Convictions
    Water Rights
          Shoreland Zoning
          DNR Not to Appeal Variance Decisions
          Boathouse Roofs as Decks
          Boathouse Foundations and Storage
    Miscellaneous
          Drones
          Ambiguities in Zoning Ordinances
          Courts Give No Deference to State Agency Interpretations
          Protecting Property from Adverse Possession Claims
     
    Section 3 – Rules and Forms Updates
    Rule changes
          REEB 15 Furnish Copies and Maintain Records
          REEB 16 Approved Forms and Legal Advice
          REEB 17 Licensees Associated with a Firm
          REEB 25 CE Exemption
    Forms Update

     
    Section 4 – Case Law Updates
    Bushman Farms, Inc. v. Dairyland Real Estate, Inc LLC
    Mark McNally v, Capital Cartage, Inc.
    James Jordan and Donna Jordan v. Jolene Wille
    Walworth State Bank v. Abbey Springs Condominium Association
    Reinders v City of Delafield 

Requirements


According to the Wisconsin Department of Safety and Professional Services (DSPS):

“All licensees must complete 18 hours of continuing education in each biennium through six approved 3-hour courses. Courses 1, 2, 3 and 4 and two elective courses are required.

Please review the Continuing Education Requirements for Wisconsin Real Estate Licensees from the DSPS. This link also includes information on renewing an expired Wisconsin license.

Follow these links for additional continuing education information for Wisconsin salespersons and brokers.

The below courses are only approved for Wisconsin.


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