PLE- Real Estate Law & Board Rules & Regulations

06 Sep

PLE- Real Estate Law and Board Regulations - 09/06/2018

PLE- Real Estate Law and Board Regulations - 09/06/2018

Thursday, September 6, 2018 (8:30 AM to 4:30 PM)
8 hours PLE Real Estate Law CE Hours
DAAR-1, Ashburn, Virginia

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This 8 classroom hour course fulfills the Post License Education requirement for the Real Estate Law and Board Regulations module. The first topic in this course covers the Rule and Regulations of the Virginia Real Estate Board and Chapter 21 Title 54 of the Code of Virginia as it pertains to real estate licensees. The class will review recent disciplinary actions by the Board. The class will then discuss the Residential Landlord Tenant Act and the requirements for those who fall under the act. Also a review the Service Members Civil Relief Act and the protections offered to active service members. Next, building codes for residential properties will be reviewed including the requirements for smoke detectors and the need for carbon monoxide detectors in a residence. The need for permits from the local jurisdictions and the problems purchasers and licensees face when remodeling or additions to properties are performed without permits will be discussed. In the next section the class will review the Common Interest Community Law and Board and review the Virginia Property Owners Association Act and the Virginia Condominium Act and the requirements for disclosures to purchasers. The class will then discuss why these disclosures are important for the protection of the consumer. The last section of the course will focus on disclosure laws in Virginia including agency, lead paint, property disclosure act, Megan's law, defective drywall, Mold, meth labs and other disclosures mandated and recommended. The class will review these disclosures and learn their purpose, time for disclosure, ramifications for failing to provide these disclosures and discuss how they protect the public.                

DAAR-1 - Classroom 1
DAAR-1 (Classroom 1)
21720 Red Rum Drive
Suite 177
Ashburn, VA 20147

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Scott Mozingo
Scott Mozingo is currently the managing attorney for the Chantilly office of VESTA Settlements. Prior to his employment with VESTA he managed the Reston MBH Settlement Group office. 

Scott has been an active affiliate member of the Prince William Association of REALTORS® for 10 years. He was a member of the Education Committee for 8 years and was an instructor for the Prince William Real Estate School during that time. He is currently a member of the Dulles Area Association of REALTORS® for the past 4 years.

Andrew DiPaola

Andrew Christopher DiPaola
New World Title & Escrow


Andrew is counsel to New World Title & Escrow in McLean, Virginia.  After graduating from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law in 2010 he worked with BudkleySandler LLP and Winston & Strawn, LLP.   He then moved into settlements when he started with Kase & Associates, P.C., Counsel to Champion Title & Settlements.  Andrew became managing attorney in 2014 in Vienna’s MBH Settlement Group, L.C. before moving to New World Title & Escrow in 2016.

Cancellation requests (written or phoned) will be accepted through 5pm 3 business days preceding each class. All paid tuition other than the $20 non-refundable, non-transferable to another person deposit will be refunded. No refunds will be given for cancellations made after the close of business on that day. (Requests for refund consideration due to extenuating circumstances must be received by DAAR in writing within 15 days after class start date).  Full DAAR School Policies