Legal Advice for Residential Property — 140 results
Written by attorney Paul H Begemann, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
This guide provides a summary of the steps involved in the purchase or sale of residential real estate in Connecticut. You should always consult an attorney experienced in Connecticut real... more
Written by attorney Nellie T. Schulz, over 1 year ago.
Disposition of Tenants Abandoned Personal Property under Residential Leases
A New Law 58 P.S. Section 250.505a, et seq.
In the fall of 2012, the Pennsylvania Legislature finally adopted... more
Written by attorney Wail Sarieh, over 1 year ago.
Property acquired during marriage is divisible community property even though situtated in another state. [Family Code sec. 760]
It has been argued, however, that a California court's... more
Written by attorney Christopher Ison, over 1 year ago.
If youve recently been injured on someone elses property, you need to know what duty the land owner owed you. In every premises liability case, the plaintiff needs to prove four elements:... more
Written by attorney Kevin Spainhour, 7 months ago.
Prescriptive Easement in California. What it is, how it is acquired and the burden of proof in Court Prescriptive Easement in California Defined A Prescriptive Easement is method of... more
Written by attorney Daniel Marchese, about 1 year ago.
A principal residence is exempt from the tax levied by a local school district for school operating purposes if the owner claims the Principle Residence Exemption. MCLA 211.7cc(1). Claiming... more
Written by attorney Richard Zaretsky, about 1 year ago.
I have read about people moving into empty homes and living there for months or longer until discovered but I came upon it first-hand this past month. I was accompanying a real estate... more
Written by attorney Tom Harold Elke, 5 months ago.
The basics of habitability and repair issues related to a residential tenancy in California. General Overview Under California state law, all renters have the basic right to live in a safe... more
Written by attorney James S. Tupitza, 6 months ago.
Many people find mold, or some other contamination in their home or apartment. They go to a doctor and are told the symptoms they exhibit must be coming from the mold or chemical. They... more
Written by attorney Cristen Messina, about 1 year ago.
Until 1985, sellers of residential property retained little responsibility regarding disclosures. Rather, caveat emptor, or buyer beware reigned. Buyers maintained sole duty to inspect the... more