Re: presenting an offer - copyright infringement - Posted by Mr Donald (NORVA)
Posted by Mr Donald (NORVA) on October 20, 1998 at 17:36:44:
I guess Bronchick was right. There are people out there who use other people’s material without paying for it.
I thought Sheets’ contract was copyrighted by his PEI group - or am I mistaken? Alas, such is the world of copyright infringment. This is no different than Tom saying, I’ll send you a “copy” of the latest Alanis Morrisette CD.
In any event, here’s a better solution for all involved. Go to your friendly local title/escrow/settlement company. Tell them you’re interested in using their services for closing your next deal - which you are (or you ought to be). They’ll give you all the forms you need - if you ask - because they want your future business.
Seems fair to me - or am I missing something on this one?
And yes, all RE offers should be in writing, so use these forms that you’ll be getting, and then, to protect yourself, see an attorney of your choosing before you submit the offer.
Alternatively, you might want to consider PAYING for one of these courses (Bronchick’s comes to mind as having been highly regarded by many on this forum) and using the forms that are already pre-printed in your favour.