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Scher v. Burke

Post-1972 public use of non-coastal land for any purpose cannot ripen into a prescriptive easement or implied dedication of the property.  Under Civil Code 1009(b) no post-1972 public use of non-coastal land (more than 1,000 feet from the shore) can ripen into an implied dedication of the land or an easement in it.  58 more words

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Why it’s important to use a commercial real estate advisor for your next lease

The do-it-yourself attitude can save money in many business situations. Brokering your next commercial office lease is not one of them, says Grant Pruitt, co-founder, president and managing director for Whitebox Real Estate. 1,099 more words

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CHALLENGES OF DEALING WITH AGENTS

I was discussing with a friend who seemed to have loads of issues with Real Estate Agents and i requested that he wrote what his challenges were and how to solve them and this is what he sent: 753 more words

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AMAZING HOME!! PRICE REDUCED!!!

Welcome to our Brand New 4 Bedroom, 2.5 Bathroom Home in Jona Gold Court. From the minute you step inside of this homes spacious Entry Foyer with lots of closet space for you and your guests you will be amazed at the openness of the Main Level living Space. 229 more words

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Hinrichs v. Melton

The trial court properly exercised its discretion to decree an easement by necessity benefitting a landlocked parcel over a route that caused the least disruption to the adjoining owners’ use of their properties.  127 more words

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NC - How Real Property is probated

In the state of North Carolina if a person dies and does not have a will, they are considered intestate.  The North Carolina General Statues… 85 more words

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Purchasing a New Jersey Home from a Bankrupt Seller

In today’s housing market, there are still a significant number of homeowners who are in danger of foreclosure. These homeowners usually owe more than their home is currently worth, so they are said to be “upside down” or “underwater.” If they are unable to refinance, and cannot keep up with their payments, they will be foreclosed upon, and are likely to declare bankruptcy at that point. 663 more words

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