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- Ways to Stop Foreclosure
There are several ways that homeowners can help guard against foreclosure so that they can keep their homes and avoid the negative consequences of this action.
- Enhanced Life Estate Deeds in Florida
Enhanced life estate deeds, commonly known as “Lady Bird Deeds” provide a legal mechanism for property to pass automatically to a person or group of people without going through Florida probate.
- How to Enforce a Foreign Judgment in Georgia (Domestication)
Creditors who have sued (and won), may find that the debtor has moved its business operations or move its assets to another state. When this happens, the creditor should consider domesticating their judgment in the new state.
- Texas Water Damage Lawsuits Filed on Behalf of Homeowners and Property Owners
Texas homeowners and property owners whose house or land has suffered water damage due to the actions of a neighbor or nearby business may be eligible to file a lawsuit. The first step in taking legal action is to talk with an attorney about your case.
- Urban Development Boundary
For the majority of cities and places, development is a good thing. Not only is it often a sign of economic growth, it can also mean additional jobs being brought into the area, especially when the projects include office buildings, warehouses, and other commercial properties.
- Plan Bay Area: An Evaluation by California Land Use Lawyers
by Kassouni Law
California land use lawyers have filed suit against the Association of Bay Area Governments in an effort to preserve Californians' constitutionally protected property rights
- How to Fight a California HOA (Homeowner Association) Architectural Committee and Win
While the Board of a Homeowner Association (HOA) in California has wide discretion to act on behalf of its members through its architectural, landscape and other committees and to either fine you, send you a violation notice or require you to take actions which may be expensive, you have options to fight an unjust arbitrary, capricious, discriminatory or illegal action, most of which will not even require the assistance of an attorney and you can win.
- How Can I Evict a Tenant in Florida?
Tenants who do not pay rent in time or otherwise violate the rental agreement that they have with the landlord may be subject to eviction. However, a landlord must carefully follow the laws related to eviction to avoid liability in this situation.
- What Can I Do If My Tenants Are Damaging My Property in Florida?
Landlords are not required to let their tenants destroy their property. They may take legal action according to local rules and the lease agreement.
- Can My Landlord Change a Long-Term Lease Agreement or Stop Making Repairs in Florida?
Many of the landlord responsibilities may be laid out in a lease agreement. Absent an agreement or a provision on the matter, Florida law and housing codes may be consulted to determine the landlord's rights and duties.