About this Course
This mandatory Legal Updates course tackles recent updates, changes, and addendums that you need to know to stay compliant as a real estate professional in Texas.
We'll look at statutory changes and key TREC rules updates, then dive into some specific topics. That includes changes in the areas of Seller's Disclosure Notice requirements, water issues, contracts, promulgated forms, property management, and security issues.
You'll also review the unauthorized practice of law. Non-Elective (#37796)
Note/Disclaimer: The TREC Legal Update I courses are valid till December 31, 2021. All students must complete the course(s) on or before December 31, 2021 to receive credit.
What You Get
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- Statutory Changes to Texas Real Estate License Act
- Seller's Disclosure
- Water Issues
- Contract Issues
- Unauthorized Practice of Law
- Property Management
- Security Issues
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