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Case of the Day - Tuesday, April 18, 2017

WHATCHA GONNA DO WHEN THEY COME FOR YOU?

Many people find it hard to believe that until 35 years ago or so, a citizen was largely without remedy when federal employees violated his or her Constitutional rights. 1,315 more words

Case of the Day - Friday, April 14, 2017

DON’T SIT ON YOUR RIGHTS

Today’s case appears at first blush to be nothing more than a titanic conflict between a fast food purveyor and a strip mall, hardly the material that will get a tree or neighbor law fan’s blood pumping. 1,168 more words

Case of the Day - Thursday, April 13, 2017

LICENSE TO SWIM

One of Harry S Truman’s favorite admonitions was that one should never confuse wishes for facts. In today’s case, Bill Johnson wanted to have the rights to use John Bradley’s lake so much that he convinced himself that he did. 1,155 more words

SELECTMEN NEWS: 5 Things That Happened At This Week’s Meeting

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are FIVE things that happened at the Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting on Monday, March 13, 2017. (Look for five more things tomorrow. 430 more words

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What Information is on a Land Title or Deed?

Focus on Real Estate: Quick Tips.

In Alberta, real estate is registered with the Land Titles Office, whose documents are public information. That means that if you pay a bit of money, you can call up the title (also known as the “deed”) for a piece of property that you may be interested in buying. 105 more words

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Case of the Day - Wednesday, February 15, 2017

DO WE DETECT SOME HOSTILITY HERE?

We all know the mantra of adverse possession — in order to establish that a party has obtained title to land pursuant to adverse possession, a party has to show that its possession of the land has been open, notorious, exclusive and hostile continuously for a period set by statute (from five to 21 years, depending on state law). 868 more words

HOA President and VP voluntarily remove rebar, spare affected residents from city fines

HOA President Raul Telles and Vice President Allen Goodman cut away rebar that was protruding from the easements behind Villa Valencia residents’ homes. Those residents were facing fines from the city, but the Board of Directors intervened. 137 more words

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