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If you have all of the contingencies met and have a deposit he can not get out of the deal. he may not have the funds now and expects to have them in six months.  you could always increase the de ...Read more

A joint venture agreement is traditionally a partnership agreement. A general partnership would leave you exposed to liability for third party claims. What you want is a Limited Liability Company. Yo ...Read more

  Most HOAs are mutual benefit corporations. The name should appear at the beginning of the CC&Rs. You can also look up the exact official name on the Secretary of State's website at www.sos ...Read more

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Applications for conciliation only suspend prescription of damages claims if accurate

A lot of investors are entitled to claim damages after an investment has gone wrong. It is possible to suspend the statute of limitations for these claims by properly submitting applications for conci ... Read more

Massachusetts Environmental Lawyers: Fine Demonstrates Need for Adhere to Permit Requirements

ASalisbury, Massachusetts marina recently incurred a $14,380 penalty for its failure to adhere to the terms of an Activity and Use Limitation (AUL) attached to the property after the previous owner di ... Read more

Do This. Don't Do That - Exclusive, Permitted and Prohibited Uses

Exclusive use clauses are relatively common during commercial lease negotiations. An exclusive use clause prohibits a landlord from leasing to another tenant for the same business purpose as the exist ... Read more

Ownership Transfer Restrictions

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Stages of Estate Probate

The whole concept of probate intimidates many people, but it is often a simple, uniform process, whether the deceased had a will (testate) or not (intestate). Except in unusual circumstances, most ... Read more

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