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  • What Can I Do About a Noisy School?
      by HG.org

    Almost every private housing area as well as public ones prohibits undue, avoidable and excessive noise. For laws and ordinances that stipulate noise levels, law enforcement is allowed to give citations and tickets to those that violate these regulations.

  • Rights of California Renters when the Property Is Sold
      by HG.org

    In some situations, California landlords decide to rent out their properties until they are able to find a buyer. When a unit is sold that is occupied by a renter in California, the renter still has many tenant rights that must be honored and respected. Simply selling the property does not usually justify an immediate eviction of a tenant.

  • Massachusetts Law on Failing to Disclose Defects of Residential Properties
      by HG.org

    In Massachusetts, sellers of property have certain duties. One such duty is to disclose certain defects of the property. If the seller fails to disclose such defects, the buyer may have remedies available to him or her.

  • How Titling Real Estate Correctly Gives You Options for Passing it On

    When making a real estate purchase ó whether itís home or an office building ó many people donít give much thought to how the property should be titled. But if you want to pass the property on to a spouse or others some day, how you title it has an important role in how it is passed on.

  • Avoiding Foreclosure and Eviction without an Attorney in California

    Foreclosure is a scary, cumbersome process that often renders homeowners desperate for help, and all too often they call upon unqualified, or unethical, self-proclaimed foreclosure defense attorneys or advocates.

  • Landlord's Duty to Repair
      by HG.org

    A tenantís basic duty is to pay rent in a timely manner and to maintain the property up to a certain standard. Landlords also have certain duties. These duties may exist under contract provisions and/or under state and local laws.

  • Can I Get My Belongings from Someone Else's Home?
      by HG.org

    There are many situations in which your property may be in the possession of another person. You may have visited someone overnight and left something behind. You may have broken up with a paramour. You may have been kicked out of the property by a roommate.

  • Do I Need a Real Estate Lawyer to Purchase a Home?
      by HG.org

    In most cases, a person is not legally required to hire a real estate lawyer before purchasing real property. However, real estate lawyers perform a variety of tasks that can help make the home buying process less complicated and that can tend to the buyerís rights.

  • Can Storage Companies Remove My Belongings?
      by HG.org

    When a person has more belongings than he or she can comfortably store in a home, he or she may take extra belongings to an off-site storage company. The circumstances about which the storage company can remove belongings are based on state law and the specific contract.

  • When Guests Overstay Their Welcome, How Can You Get Them Out of Your Apartment?
      by HG.org

    It happens to most of us at some point or another: a house guest comes to stay for a while, but ends up freeloading far longer than expected. When this happens, what can you do to get your pesky house guest to leave? Does the law offer any solutions?


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