Upcoming Recertification Opportunities
January 8, 2019
10 CPYB Recertification Credits
Renaissance Hotel, Seattle, WAview event details >
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Let’s explore the question of should you hold your client’s deposit? When should a good faith deposit (“deposit”) be made? Simultaneously with the offer on a yacht or when the Seller signs the Buyer’s Offer. Lastly, who is the best person to hold this deposit.
Maybe you’ve heard of or visited a website that uses a new .boats or .yachts domain name. Consider master.yachts for example, who transitioned to their new TLD name in 2017. Other companies have started to follow suit, including Sea Ray and Bass Pro Shop, who have purchased a combined 66 new .boats and .yachts domain names. What’s the story behind these names? Why are these new URLs something your business should consider?
An “As-Is” clause does not mean that a buyer assumes all risk, but you probably already know that. However, there are many situations that can leave a broker, well… broker! Sometimes it takes the form of a lawsuit, sometimes of bad publicity or a negative reputation, and sometimes a bit of both. After all, a broker’s responsibility is not really over just because the paperwork is done. In many states, proof of fraud, negligent misrepresentation, or unfair acts override the as-is clause putting the liability back on the broker despite a contract that suggests otherwise.