Partner Ben Kuhn spoke to the Wake County Real Property Lawyers Association Wednesday, February 16. Ben discussed the current activity of the Real Estate Lawyers of North Carolina (RELANC) and its positive impact on the state’s real estate industry. RELANC lobbies state lawmakers and policy professionals on behalf of consumers and the real estate profession. RELANC has been crucial in advancing the interests of consumers of real estate legal services including e-closings, cyber fraud and cyber security, and COVID measures including temporary remote notary authorization and other related matters.
Ben Kuhn has practiced in North Carolina for 26 years where he assists clients developing real estate and infrastructure projects throughout the state and represents clients before local governing boards in connection with zoning and variance matters. Ben also protects clients’ real estate interests by assisting them with real estate and land use litigation matters. Ben has been a member of the Wake County Real Property Lawyers Association since 2005 and is a founding member, director, and past president of RELANC. He is an active advocate protecting both real estate consumers and legal professionals.
The Wake County Real Property Lawyers Association is a voluntary organization whose membership is comprised of real estate attorneys, paralegals and title insurance and banking professionals. The association’s mission is to enhance its members’ business opportunities and professional development through educational and social activities designed to inform and enhance the public’s trust and confidence in real estate legal professionals and the services they provide to their clients.