Real Property

Purpose

The Real Property Law Committee encourages members of the Association interested in real estate and land use law issues to meet and confer through this committee. It promotes the legal education of members of the Bar and the public concerning real estate and land use law issues through the sponsoring of CLE and other seminars and through its committee meetings.

A Message from the Chair

Andrew Charles Emmert

“Welcome to the Cincinnati Bar Association Real Property Law Committee. Our committee strives to provide timely professional education and networking opportunities to attorneys practicing residential and commercial real estate law. Speakers at our monthly lunch meetings cover a range of topics including leasing, loan transactions, tax and other development incentives, environmental issues, “green” building, zoning and land use, foreclosure, legislative updates and other current real estate issues. Members of the committee include a wide variety of practitioners from sole practitioners, to in-house counsel, to large firm attorneys, and each add to the committee discussions by contributing their experiences, insights and questions. Our committee also hosts the annual Real Property Law Institute each December and Nuts & Bolts of Real Property Law Seminar each Summer. I look forward to seeing you at our meetings and seminars!”

Andrew Charles Emmert - Dressman Benzinger LaVelle psc
Resources

June 6, 2017: Historic Preservation & Zoning Through the Lens of the King Records Case

A Property Owner's Dilemma

Conservation of the City's Historic Assets

King Records - Brewster Avenue Historic Restoration/Renovation

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