Legal Advice for “Residential” — 278 results
Written by attorney Shaun K. Boss, about 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Listing a Property - List the property with a local real estate agent. Typically, the first thing a seller of property does is locate and retain a realtor to “list” the property for sale... more
Written by attorney Aileen Ortega, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Choose a Realtor or real estate salesperson to help you with your search Generally, the Realtor is paid by the seller. Therefore, a prospective buyer should take advantage of that fact... more
Written by attorney Christopher Minelli, almost 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
Summary of Modern Real Estate Trends Historically the lawyer was a key participant in any real estate transaction. A lawyer could be hired to negotiate the purchase, draft needed... more
Written by attorney James Studt, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
READ THIS FIRST! This guide is an informal description of the process of issuing a notice to pay rent or vacate to residential tenants in Washington state. This guide is applicable ONLY in... more
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 Chad Koplien, almost 6 years ago. STAFF PICK
60-Day Notice Requirement Also known as the "Subcontractor Identification Notice," this form is handled as follows. Within and no later than 60 days of first labor. The subcontractor must... more
Written by attorney Tom Harold Elke, 3 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 Peter J Weinman, about 1 year ago.
This is a checklist of useful documents you might wish to gather prior to meeting with the attorney who is going to prepare your contract of sale.
Written by attorney Robert Colbert, over 1 year ago.
An unlawful detainer action is necessary after a landlord has properly served a tenant with a pre-eviction notice and the tenant has failed or refused to vacate the premises.
Written by attorney James S. Tupitza, 4 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