Legal Advice for Property Owner's Rights — 58 results
Written by attorney Dawn Alisa Deans, 6 months ago.
When starting up a business or launching a new product, choosing a brand name can be a challenging task. There are many marketing aspects to ponder, but there are also legal considerations... more
Written by attorney Joan Fenstermaker, about 2 years ago.
Before you enter into a lease, especially a lease with an individual landlord (as opposed to a well known leasing company), you should take a few easy steps to make sure you know that you... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, about 2 years ago.
Property owners face a significant potential liability problem every time someone steps onto their property. Well-trained, motivated security officers can help create a safe environment... more
Written by attorney Howard Roitman, over 2 years ago.
Premises liability, slip and fall or trip and fall injuries can occur as a result of dangerous or hazardous conditions on another's property.Property owners are often responsible for... more
Written by attorney Donald Criscuolo, almost 3 years ago.
During the divorce process, your own non-marital property must be protected. Division of marital property is quite different from enforcing your rights to your own non-marital property. Non-... more
Written by attorney Edward Robinson, over 1 year ago.
If a patent owner does not pay the maintenance fees on a patent, they may lose their rights as the owner of the patent. Generally, a U.S. patent is good for 20 years from the filing date of... more
Written by attorney Helena Kobrin, 7 days ago.
Protecting your own copyrights is of paramount importance. Vigilance in avoiding violations of others’ copyrights is equally necessary to prevent expensive legal disputes. Monster Energy... more
Written by attorney Daniel Flanzig, over 3 years ago.
A DOSE OF PREVENTION FOR SAVVY PROPERTY OWNERS
10 Simple Ways to Prevent Unnecessary Premises Accidents
- It takes only a minute for a property owners biggest headache to occur. A burnt... more
Written by attorney Patrick MacQueen, over 2 years ago.
Owners of Arizona real estate are often surprised to learn thatan individual may be able to acquire title to land by utilizing that land openly, adversely and continuously for a statutory... more
Written by attorney Anthony Della Pelle, over 2 years ago.
The eminent domain process can be very complicating and confusing. It is important to know your rights and some of the do's and don'ts to keep in mind if your property will be or has been... more