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Buying and Selling Ranches in Montana

Accruit Managing director Max Hansen is co-Chairing the 5th Annual Buying and Selling Ranches in Montana seminar.

Accruit Managing director Max Hansen is co-Chairing the 5th Annual Buying and Selling Ranches in Montana seminar. Along with Gage Hart Zobell of Dorsey & Whitney, LLP, Max is excited to present a variety of experts to discuss the various aspects of agricultural real estate in Montana. This seminar will be hosted live at the Northern Hotel in Billings, MT and will be available for streaming online. 

Who Should Attend

  • Attorneys/Legal Staff
  • Accountants
  • Conservationists
  • Consultants
  • Environmentalists & NGOs
  • Farmers & Ranchers
  • Government Officials

Why You Should Attend

Owning a piece of “Montana heaven” is becoming increasingly popular, but unique issues arise when purchasing agricultural assets in Montana. Understanding these unique issues can help buyers, sellers, lenders, attorneys, and consultants to troubleshoot purchases of agricultural assets.

This seminar and its carefully selected faculty is designed to provide insight into those issues most commonly faced, including: public access, environmental issues, water rights, due diligence problems, financing, and succession planning. Anyone involved in the buying and selling of agricultural properties in Montana would be well served to attend and catch up on the latest in buying “a piece of heaven.”

 

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Course Accreditation

This course has been approved by the Montana State Bar for a total of 11.25 CLE credits including 1.0 ethics credits (attending and live webcast). This course has been approved by the Wyoming State Bar for 11.25 CLE credits, including 1.0 ethics (attending and live webcast). This course has been approved for 10.0 hours of law and legal credit and 1.0 hours of ethics CLE credit by the Washington MCLE board (attending and live webcast). Self-Study credit will be available, specific credit amount to be determined. This course is pending with the Wyoming Real Estate Commission for 13.5 CE hours (Live Credits for Attending ONLY). Credits for recorded courses not available. This course qualifies for brokers and sales persons for Montana real estate continuing education in the amount of 11.0 CE credits (attending and live webcast). Credits for recorded courses not available. The Seminar Group is an approved CE provider by the Oregon Real Estate Agency, #201212896. This course has been approved for 13.5 CE credits (attending and live webcast). For information or accreditation in other states, please call THE SEMINAR GROUP at (206) 463-4400.

 

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