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John Bartley Featured on ICLE Real Estate Law Seminar

John Bartley

John Bartley of the firm recently participated in an ICLE seminar on real estate law developments in the State of Michigan. The ICLE seminar, entitled "Homeward Bound 2017-2018: Register of Deeds Problems and Solutions", covered continued legal education for Michigan attorneys on the subjects of procedures of the Register of Deeds, bona fide purchasers, and developments in electronic recording, signing, and notarizing.

John Bartley concentrates his practice in all aspects of real property law, including representing sellers and purchasers in complex purchase and sale transactions. He also represents lending institutions in construction and permanent financing transactions, as well as in loan workouts. John has extensive experience in title insurance matters and has published articles and lectured on matters of title insurance coverage. While in law school, John earned an award for excellence in the study of business related courses. He is an active member of the Real Property Law Committee of the Macomb County Bar Association.

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