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<ul><li><p>Course Outline, 20 August 2013 - </p><p>COURSE OUTLINE </p><p>Year of Study:</p><p>Course Number:</p><p>Course History:</p><p>School or Centre: Department:</p><p> Course Pre-requisites (if applicable):</p><p> Course Co-requisites (if applicable):</p><p> Course Description:</p><p>Number of Credits:</p><p>Name of Replacing Course (if applicable): </p><p>PLAR (Prior Learning Assessment &amp; Recognition) </p><p> Course Name: Conveyancing Procedures 2</p><p> Department Head/Coordinator: Helen Roberts Effective Date: September 2015</p><p>School of Hospitality and Business Applied Business</p><p>Revised Course 1st Year Post-secondary</p><p>LGAP 1204</p><p>2.0</p><p>Conveyancing Procedures 1 LGAP 1104</p><p> No Yes (details below):</p><p>This course introduces you to the role and responsibilities of a legal administrative assistant employed in the field of conveyancing in British Columbia. This course is a continuation of the material covered in Conveyancing Procedures 1. </p><p>You will gain knowledge and practical experience in topics such as methods to convey interests in land involving purchaser financing, strata property considerations, builders' liens, acting for the vendor, acting for mortgage lenders, additional adjustments for statements of adjustments, authorities to pay, the execution and registration of electronic documents filed in the Land Title Office, acting for both the purchaser and mortgagee, and documents for the transfer of manufactured homes.</p></li><li><p>Course Outline, 20 August 2013 - </p><p> Course Learning Outcomes:</p><p>Instructional Strategies:Assigned readings and reinforcement activities assigned by your instructor are your principal learning activities. It is expected that you will communicate online regularly with your instructor and classmates using the course email, discussion, and chat utilities. </p><p>On successful completion of this course, you will have reliably demonstrated the ability to: Define strata property Recognize GST and GST rebate requirements for new or substantially renovated property Describe situations where builders' liens may arise and the procedures for their discharge Calculate additional adjustments or amounts required to create statements of adjustments, trust reconciliation, and statements of account for a financed conveyance Translate an understanding of transactions involving a purchaser financing a purchase by creating correspondence and documents relating to a financed purchase Calculate authority to pay for vendors and mortgagors Translate an understanding of transactions involving a vendor selling property by creating correspondence and documents relating to a sale inclusive of all procedures Translate an understanding of mortgages involving a mortgagee lending a mortgage loan by creating correspondence and documents relating to the registering of a mortgage Describe issues, rules, and procedures involved when acting for both a purchaser and a mortgagee Translate an understanding of transactions involved in acting for both a purchaser financing a purchase and a mortgagee giving the loan by creating correspondence and documents relating to a financed purchase Translate an understanding of manufactured homes transactions by creating correspondence and documents relating to a purchase Observe professional standards in the maintenance and use of checklists</p><p>Graduates of this program will have acquired the skills and knowledge to: Apply time management principles and set priorities Create, edit, print, store and retrieve legal documents and correspondence using computers Perform legal administrative assistant duties and procedures in the areas of general law, litigation, conveyancing, family law, corporate procedures, and wills and estates </p><p> Program Learning Outcomes:</p><p> Note to instructors: An instructional strategy is an approach that an instructor uses to achieve the learning outcomes (e.g., lecture, case study, video, group work).</p></li><li><p>Course Outline, 20 August 2013 - </p><p> Learning Environment/Type</p><p>Instruction Type</p><p>I - Internet/eLearning (Fully Online)</p><p>Hours Per Instruction Type</p><p>60</p><p>Comments</p><p>60Enter Total Hours </p><p> Components and Weighting of the Assessment/Evaluation Plan:</p><p>Evaluation Plan (provide a brief explanation for each component </p><p>especially if value exceeds 35%):Type</p><p>Participation</p><p>Assignments</p><p>Other</p><p>Other</p><p>Quizzes/Tests</p><p>Final Exam</p><p>Percentage</p><p>5</p><p>5</p><p>15</p><p>30</p><p>15</p><p>30</p><p>Total 100</p><p>Simulations - Financed Conveyance/Acting for Purchaser 10%, Acting for Vendor 5% Simulations - Mortgage/Acting for Mortgagee 10%, Acting for Purchaser and Mortgagee 20%</p><p>Letter Grades D</p><p>Specify Passing Grade:Specify if 'Other':Grading System</p><p> Evaluation/Grading System </p><p> Resource Material(s): </p><p>Resources are items in addition to tuition that the student is responsible for purchasing. Course resource information will be supplied by the department/instructor. </p></li><li><p>Course Outline, 20 August 2013 - </p><p> Concepts for a financed purchase of new strata property Procedures for a financed purchase of new strata property Concepts and procedures for vendor in sale of property Mortgages Acting for two parties Situational adjustments Manufactured homes</p><p>To find out how this course transfers, visit the BC Transfer Guide at</p><p>FOR COMMITTEE USE ONLY</p><p>VCC Education and Education Support Policies There are a number of Education and Education Support policies that govern your educational </p><p>experience at VCC, please familiarize yourself with them. The policies are located on the VCC web site at: </p><p> </p><p> Date Approved by Education Council: </p><p> Course Topics and Sequence Covered:</p><p>June 16, 2015</p></li></ul>