SCHOOL LAW ADVISORY
Volume 29, No. 2
There are a number of ways in which school units can be involved in real estate transactions. Sometimes the opportunity arises to acquire land near an existing school property from an abutter, or a school unit may need to dispose of real estate no longer used for school purposes. Expanding a school campus or developing a new school site requires complex planning and navigating a host of related issues, guided by a team of professionals. Here, we take a look at some of the most common real estate transactions and the five things every Superintendent should know about them. ...To continue reading, visit https://schoollaw.com/school-law-advisory.