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  • How do leasehold flats differ from freehold flats? By:-Andy Szebeni
    Much confusion is reported in flat proprietors in England and Wales (the law in Scotland is somewhat different) in relation to the specific meaning of leasehold while referring to their flat or apartment. One might see apartments advertised sometimes as having a 'share of freehold' and we deal with this in a separate piece. This article explains the meaning and implications of 'leasehold' for residential property.
  • When 'No Pets' Doesn't Apply By:-Jamie Mathwig
    The letter should cite the law and give full particulars of the type of dog, the reason it is required and any certifications that the animal has earned. Local and national assistance dog organizations can help you help your client to draft such a letter. Include copies of letters from the client's physician, therapist, psychiatrist, counselor or other professional, stating that the client is, indeed, disabled and requires the dog to mitigate the effects of the client's disability.
  • The Fair Housing Act Described By:-Sonia Smith
    The Fair Housing Act protects people against discrimination from housing providers, mortgage lenders and rental property owners. In the act, there are certain provisions that makes it unlawful for anyone to refuse housing to people due to color, race, origin or disability.
  • Quick Guide To Exchanging Contract And The Conveyancing Process By:-Brazg Gavin
    The sale of personal property such a purchase of a car or perhaps goods from the mall can be done through verbal contracts, or even implied by the conduct of the parties, and do not need to be written down. Land (or 'real property') is a unique situation however. Section 2 of the Law of Property (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1989 declares that an agreement for the sale of land ought to be on paper, ought to integrate the many terms in a single document and ought to be agreed upon by all parties.
  • Fair Housing Act - Fighting Housing Discrimination By:-Vicki Hat
    At any rate, whether obvious or subtle discrimination, it should be stopped. Thanks to Fair Housing Act, incidences of discrimination have been reduced. Every person has been given equal opportunity to transact in real estate transactions; whether it is about buying, renting and financing.
  • Bankruptcy And Your Property By:-Brazg Gavin
    Finding your way through personal bankruptcy is terrifying, particularly when you own your home and you are anxious you may possibly forfeit it. What makes it even more terrible is that you can rarely pay for legal advice. You can find organizations who are able to competently show you how to, including the Citizens Advice Bureau, but this informative guide is meant to ensure you get some idea what you should expect.
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