Explanation of the CTR/GHAR Co-Branded P&S Agreement and Riders

05 Apr

Real Estate Contract and Riders

Real Estate Contract and Riders

Friday, April 5, 2024 (9:00 AM to 12:00 PM)
3 CE Hours
Virtual Classroom

Virtual Course via Zoom, three elective CE credits

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Attorney Kishore Kapoor will review the co-branded CTR/GHAR Real Estate Purchase Contract clause by clause, including definitions and explain the associated co-branded riders:
  • Appraisal Rider
  • Common Interest Community Rider
  • Insulation Rider
  • Percolation and Pit Test Rider
  • Sales of Buyer's Property Contingency (Under Contract or Hubbard)
  • As-Is Rider

Virtual Classroom
Virtual Classroom

Kishore Kapoor
Attorney Kishore Kapoor is a principal partner at Connecticut Real Estate Closing Attorneys. He is also a Professor at Quinnipiac University. 

The firm was recently ranked number 31 in Law Firm 500, which ranks the fastest growing law firms in the Country.


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