Case Studies in Partial Interests: An Overview of Local New Jersey Examples

Date: May 12, 2021

Location: VIRTUAL, NJ

Southern New Jersey Chapter
Ms. Weiss
Zoom (Virtual)
Curran, MAI, AI-GRS, Susanne
Check in 12:45pmSeminar 1-5 pm



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Cancellation Policy

Any & all cancellations are subject to an admin fee.  No credit/refunds for cancellations made on or after 7 days prior to class.  No credit/refunds for no-shows.  Our cancellation policy is stated on the registration portal. 

Additional Information

Check in: 12:30pm. Seminar is 1-5 pm.

Part 1: 2 hours

·         Fee Simple Interests, Fee Simple “subject to?”

·         Leased Fee vs. Leasehold interests; Dark Store valuation overview

·         Life Estates Methodology: Whose Life is It and How Long is the Life?

10 minute break

·         Transfer of Development Rights: Burlington County Pilot Program. NJ Examples

·         Pinelands PDC Credit Values, Pinelands restrictions, Examples

·         Highlands HC Credit Values, Highlands restrictions, Examples

·         Flood areas Regulations

10 minute break


Part 2: 2 hours

·         Prescriptive Easement/Adverse Possession

·         Legal Right to Access when No Physical Access Exists?

·         Can you Subdivide with Easement Access only? Local Examples, State Land Use Law

10 minute break

·         Power Lines, Trails and Corridors, Railroad Crossings

·         DOT Easements: Temporary and Permanent

·         Buffer/Easement Examples: Airports and Arsenals, Wetlands, C-1 Streams and Waterbodies

·         Environmental Constraints: Bats, Stormwater, Groundwater Contamination/Monitoring Wells and Other Examples

Conclusion and Questions


Disclaimer Information

CE credits APPROVED with NJ. (NJ Tax board credit reciprocity for appraisal credits.) PA credits reciprocal with NJ CE form. For information on any additional state’s CE credit possibilities, please contact lisamayweiss@hotmail,com in advance.

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