Legal Articles, Timeshare

Alter Ego Liability

Alter Ego Liability

What To Do With A Defective Bid

When a Contractor or Subcontractor Renders A Defective or Mistaken Bid the Law Provides Certain Remedies.

What To DO When The Plans & Specifications Are Deficient

When the Plans & Specification Are Defective This May Result in Extra Work that The Law has Provided Remedies for Reimbursement of Costs.

What To Do When The Contract Performance Is Delayed

Delays on Public Works and Private Works cause financial damage and the law has created remedies for reimbursement.

The Many Ways to Be Relieved of Your Timeshsare Obligations

While it is true that a timeshare contract is a binding legal document, it is often mistakenly thought that such a contract cannot only be cancelled. The truth of the matter is, that under the law, contracts are cancellable for a variety of reasons, including fraud and mistake.

Just Bought a Home??...Keep your "TITLE OWNER'S POLICY" on "Perpetual Lock Down"

Be sure to safeguard your Owner's Title Policy issued to you as a purchaser at the closing of your home

Real Estate Sellers Timeline

A helpful guide for Sellers of Real Estate in New York.

Real Estate Buyers Timeline

A helpful primer for those who are about to Purchase a home, condo or co-op. This timeline will provide a step by step explanation as to what to expect from "accepted offer" to "closing"

Profits v. Safety, Inevitable Attacks on Labor Law §240(1)

Profit driven Attacks on Construction Worker Protections ----- End Notes, and some content removed due to space limitations

Property Tax Appeals under the "60 Day" Rule

Purchasers of property in Maryland should be aware of the "60 Day" rule for appealing property tax assessments.

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