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- When is it Okay Not to Pay Rent
Leases are tricky things. They are a combination of contract laws, agreements between the parties, and laws and regulations that relate to landlords and tenants, housing standards, zoning, safety, etc. As a result, although a lease agreement may say you have to pay rent always and under every circumstance, there are plenty of times when one of these other laws may intervene.
- What are Fiduciary Duties?
We often hear that someone owes us a fiduciary duty, whether in a business setting, certain transactions, or even a condo/co-op or homeowners association. But what is a fiduciary duty, how does a fiduciary relationship arise, and what are its implications?
- Slip and Fall Accident Analysis Part 1 / Potential Causes (Exterior Areas)
Introduction: Most people would probably think that car accidents are the largest class or cause of personal injuries. However, the Consumer Product Safety Commission estimates that accidental falls account for more hospital visits each year than any other accidental cause. Falls are also the leading cause of unintentional death for individuals age 65 and older, with 11,000 deaths occurring annually.
- Spring Housing Market in Chicago Sprouting New Growth
With the spring buying season quickly approaching, both buyers and sellers are wondering what the new season will have in store for the housing market in Chicago. According to a new report, the landscape for the housing market may not be as daunting as past seasons. The number of homes for sale has been slowly declining, giving both buyers and sellers a little more confidence and helping list prices stabilize.
- Disputes over Boundary Lines
Property records are not always clear when it comes to defining the boundary lines that belong to the owner. Due to the vagueness, many boundary disputes can arise. When your property sits along the line of another person’s property questions may come up as to how far each of your line of ownership extends.
- An Overview of Ancillary Probate in New York
Ancillary probate is that area of law that deals with out of state property owned by a decedent and how it is managed and liquidated. Real property is subject to the laws of the state for where it is located. When a person dies, his or her estate will go into probate. During probate the executor or personal representative will be named.
- When House Flipping Turns Illegal
Flipping a house is a practice that has been done by many. While it can be done effectively, providing those who take the time to do it fast and beneficial rewards, it can also be done illegally in some cases, crossing legal guidelines that are imposed by the government.
- Legal Obligations and Liabilities of Condominium Homeowners’ Associations for the Common Areas in California Law
Legal obligations and liabilities of condominium homeowners’ associations under the Davis-Stirling Act under California law for the maintenance, repair and replacement of the common areas of the condominium property.
- Commercial Lease Terms - Advanced
Some tenants need special lease provisions, for example, medical practices and businesses in the computer industries. In this article, the author discusses special, advanced lease provisions that tenants frequently need.
- HOA Restrictions on Property
Many individuals purchasing real property expect that they have the right to use the land without interference from their neighbors. However, that right is limited both by local governmental regulations and any recorded restrictions imposed on the property. This article addresses private restrictions.