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Michigan Real estate law update: House Passes "Notice to Evict by E-mail" Bill

Happy March Madness Friday!

Yesterday House Bill 4038 allowing eviction notices to be sent to residential tenants by e-mail passed the Michigan House.

Now on to the Senate. 220 more words

Business

Wayzata Irked By Owner's Plans To Lease XXX Space

MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) - A legal fight has turned into quite a spectacle in Wayzata.

In December, the city council denied a property owner’s request to redevelop two lots on the west end of downtown Wayzata. 373 more words

News

Michigan Real Estate Legislative Update: Eviction Notice by E-mail?

About a year ago I posted an article on a Michigan House Bill that would allow landlords to evict tenants by e-mail. Check out my article… 183 more words

Business

A Delicate Balance - Environmental liability in commercial leases

A recent court case highlights how seemingly innocuous decisions, rather than the more obvious overstating square footage, in real estate transactions can create major liabilities.  331 more words

Due Diligence

TO FRACK OR NOT TO FRACK - WHEN DOES GOVERNMENT REGULATION VIOLATE THE CONSTITUTION? by: Samuel B. Burke

Locally, there has been a lot of attention given to the proposal to ban fracking in the City of Denton. This past Tuesday, Denton’s citizens voted to enact a ban on all fracking ban. 778 more words

Denton County

Real Estate Law News: Example for Wary Landlords and Property Owners

Here’s a profound truth those in the real estate industry will readily acknowledge:

Owning and Managing Real Estate is challenging.

I hear it from my Property Owner clients. 473 more words

Business

Continued Education

When I say continued education, I am going to guess that property management is not the first thing that comes to your mind.  The fact is that regardless of what profession you are in, whether it’s a chef, an accountant, or an income property owner, continuing your education on the latest rules and regulations for your field are a must to be the best you can, and to avoid potential fines.