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Legal Articles, Real Estate

Common ways for Individuals to Hold Title in Florida Real Estate

Common ways for Individuals to Hold Title in Florida Real Estate

Toms River Certificate of Occupancy: No Changes Just Yet

Information about Certificate of Occupancy

Residential Security Deposits

Pennsylvania law on security deposits

Attention Rental Property Owners in Louisville, Kentucky

Effective March 1, 2017, Louisville Ordinance §119 requires all rental property owners to register their rental properties with the City of Louisville.

Checks and Balances: Further Reflection on Governor Bevin’s Executive Order and the Kentucky Real Estate Authority

Governor Bevin’s Executive Order No. 2016-859 has created a glaring conflict between Kentucky’s legislative and executive branches of government.

Governor Bevin Creates Kentucky Real Estate Authority to Consolidate Multiple Real Estate Boards

On December 1, 2016 Governor Matt Bevin issued Executive Order No. 2016-859. The Executive Order will have a lasting effect on Kentucky’s real estate industry by reorganizing four administrative bodies and creating the Kentucky Real Estate Authority.

The Illusion of Public Policy: Reanalyzing Kentucky’s Restaurant Liquor Licensing Schemes

This article examines the alcohol control regulations and zoning obstacles in obtaining a liquor license for a new restaurant in Kentucky, as well as the impact of this process and the public policy behind it will be addressed.

What Are Contingencies in a Home Purchase Contract?

A blog post about possible contingencies during the home buying process.

Selling Real Estate in Divorce: An Overview

A blog post about real estate transactions during the divorce proceedings.

Ex-Wife Sought Foreclosure When Husband Did Not Pay Back Loan

A blog post about a case in which a woman placed a judgment lien on her ex-husband's property after he had not payed back his loan with her.

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