February 26, 2012
For immediate release
The New Jersey Real Estate Commission has approved a new Continuing Education Course titled, “Fraud, Frauds, and Consumer Fraud in NJ Real Estate Practice” written and presented by South Jersey attorney Robert J. Incollingo. The Course Identification/Reference Number is: C20160367.
“Fraud, Frauds, and Consumer Fraud in NJ Real Estate Practice,” 1 credit, will deliver a conceptual framework for the practicing real estate professional to recognize, to distinguish, and hopefully to avoid the different types of fraud and deceit examined. As a side note, the often referenced Statute of Frauds will be explained and distinguished. The material will be delivered with reference common law tort principles, as modified by New Jersey case, statutory and regulatory law. Upon successful completion of the course, the student will have been alerted to the many kinds of actionable misrepresentation in a real estate transaction, and made aware of the punitive consequences that our laws pin on dishonesty, deception, and sharp practice in this field.
For information on upcoming dates, times and locations for the presentation of the new course, please contact the author at RJI@RJILAW.com.
Bob Incollingo has nearly thirty years of experience representing clients in real estate matters.