WeConservePA recently refreshed and updated three of its guides:
Conservation Easements in Court: A Review of Easement Violation and Enforcement Litigation in Pennsylvania
The guide Conservation Easements in Court: A Review of Easement Violation and Enforcement Litigation in Pennsylvania provides a review of Pennsylvania judicial decisions reveals that conservation easement holders and the conservation values they uphold prevail when a dispute leads to litigation. Courts respect the text of easement documents and their conservation purposes. The guide reviews eleven cases where the interpretation or enforcement of a conservation easement was at the center of litigation.
Seller Take Back Financing
In Seller Take Back Financing, close examination is given to the scenario whereby a seller wants to close a sale of real estate but the buyer is not yet in a position to fully fund the purchase. The parties involved can close the sale with the seller taking from the buyer a purchase money note and mortgage in lieu of an all-cash payment.
Installment Agreement details how the seller of real estate may finance the buyer’s purchase of a property. An installment agreement requires the buyer to pay the seller the purchase price in installments over time. Both the buyer and the seller may benefit from such an agreement. Payment amounts and timing can be structured in an infinite variety of ways and tailored to best meet the needs of both parties.