DUE DILIGENCE SEMINAR
The AAPL is coming to Southern California with an exciting Due Diligence Seminar in November!! The AAPL Due Diligence Seminar will begin Thursday, November 15, 2018 at 9:00AM at the Long Beach Petroleum Club located 3636 Linden Ave, in the beautiful city of Long Beach, California.
Due Diligence Seminar Format:
Long Beach Petroleum Club
3636 Linden Ave Long Beach, CA 90807-4002
Date: November 15, 2018 Time: 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM
Add to Calendar Credits: 5.00
CEU Speaker: A. Frank Klam, CPL
This Due Diligence Seminar is designed for the land professional that has or will be involved in due diligence for producing property and/or non-producing leasehold acquisitions. This is a “hands on” course to prepare anyone that is conducting due diligence.
Learn how to ready yourself to begin a project, how to verify working interest and net revenue interest, what problems to expect, how to find title defects, and how to report your results to either your client, your company or to the bank. Your instructor, A. Frank Klam, CPL, has over 45 years of experience as a land professional and has been doing due diligence for over 20 years, from small acquisitions to billion-dollar transactions. His insight and experience make this course a must if you plan to get involved in the due diligence process for your company or you want to become a member of any due diligence team.
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