Shareholders Dobrev And Kaleita To Speak At 2017 Winter Conference Hosted By Real Property Law Section Of The State Bar Of Michigan

The Real Property Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan’s 2017 Winter Conference

Lowndes is pleased to announce that attorneys Alexander Dobrev and Gary Kaleita will speak at the Real Property Law Section of the State Bar of Michigan’s 2017 Winter Conference at Loews Don CeSar Hotel, St. Pete Beach, Florida on Saturday, March 4. Dobrev will speak on the topic of condominiums, while Kaleita will speak on the topic of Florida law issues for out-of-state buyers and lenders.

The conference will feature a variety of real estate development and transaction topics presented by several Michigan and Florida real estate experts. Florida real estate attorneys and a probate attorney will share tips and strategies for those Michigan attorneys with snowbird clients who own or are purchasing real estate in Florida. The program will address Michigan and Florida purchase agreements, Florida construction law, Florida condominium pitfalls and opportunities, litigation involving Michigan waterfront property, and our “State of the Law” update.

Dobrev is a shareholder in the Distressed Real Estate Solutions Group. He also serves as the Vice-Chair of the Condominium & Planned Development Committee of the Florida Bar, as well as its legislative Co-Chair. Dobrev has focused a substantial portion of his practice on distressed properties acquisitions, operations and dispositions. 

Kaleita concentrates on real estate development, finance and transactions, condominiums, property owners’ associations, commercial leasing, commercial lending, and title insurance. 

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