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Real Estate Advisor Law Blog

Real Estate Advisor Law Blog

Covers real estate development, environmental, finance and legal issues. By Ulmer Berne LLP.

http://www.realestateadvisorlawblog.com
  • Mar 11

    Re-Purposing for the Hospitality Industry

    Re-Purposing for the Hospitality Industry
    It seems that old is new again !  In cities throughout the U.S. buildings originally built for a specific purpose: banks, office buildings, schools and warehouses are being converted or "re-purposed" into other uses, but in particular…
  • Feb 18

    Update: Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act of 1968

    Update: Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act of 1968
    Back when this Blog was in its infancy our partner, Kristin Boose, reported on the then legislative environment relating to the Interstate Land Sales Full Disclosure Act of 1968.  As many of you already know the Act is broad in its…
  • Feb 6

    Ohio Leads Nation in Construction Job Growth

    Ohio Leads Nation in Construction Job Growth
    Ohio added 4,000 new construction jobs in December, leading the country in gains for the month according to an analysis of Labor Department data released by The Associated General Contractors of America (“AGC”) last week. The…
Rank this Week: 4099

Florida Association Law Blog

Florida Association Law Blog

Covers condo and HOA law. By Daniel Wasserstein.

http://floridaassociationlawblog.com/
  • Oct 20

    Knowledge is Power

    Knowledge is Power
    We have all heard the phrase “knowledge is power” but a recent Florida case involving a condominium association suggests that a lack of proper knowledge may prove to be even more powerful! In the process of collecting delinquent…
  • Aug 4

    Legislative Changes when a Board Rearrange

    Legislative Changes when a Board Rearrange
    This legislative session was a busy one as far as condominiums and homeowners associations are concerned.  This article will focus  on new responsibilities impacting the board of directors for homeowners associations. For new…
  • Jun 11

    Speedy Foreclosure Law – A New Way to Avoid Delay

    Speedy Foreclosure Law – A New Way to Avoid Delay
    The average number of days it has taken a lender to foreclose in Florida has been estimated at almost 900 days!  In many of these cases the borrower has defaulted in the lawsuit or has otherwise abandoned the property, so responsibility…
Rank this Week: 4153

Commercial Lease Law

Commercial Lease Law

Covers commercial lease transactions. By LeClair Ryan.

http://commercialleaselawblog.com/
  • Jul 30

    Assignment or Sublease, Which One is Right For You?

    Assignment or Sublease, Which One is Right For You?
    Take a look at my last few blog posts for a refresher on the basics of assignments (a transfer of 100% of the tenant’s leasehold) and subleases (a transfer of less than 100% of the tenant’s leasehold).
  • Jul 17

    Landlord’s Consent to Tenant’s Transfer of its Leasehold

    Landlord’s Consent to Tenant’s Transfer of its Leasehold
    This series of blog posts was triggered by the initial question of why attorneys spend so much time negotiating the assignment and subletting provisions in a lease agreement.
  • Jul 2

    Assignment and Subletting Provisions: Specific Words Matter

    Assignment and Subletting Provisions: Specific Words Matter
    In my last blog post I dipped my feet into the question of why attorneys spend so much time on the assignment and subletting provisions in a lease agreement. The answer stems from the default rule that a tenant may freely transfer its…
Rank this Week: 4161

Stephen Waqué

Stephen Waqué

Covers expropriation and environmental law issues in Canada.

http://www.stephenwaque.com/
  • Feb 11

    February 7, 2013 Decision of the Board

    February 7, 2013 Decision of the Board
    This is a decision of the Board relating to an October 23, 2012 motion for party status brought by Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (“CMHC”).  The Board denied CMHC’s motion and its reasons include that CMHC…
  • Jan 31

    December 13, 2012 Order of the Board

    December 13, 2012 Order of the Board
    This December 13, 2012 Order of the OMB is a consent order approving an amended modified boundary map, for Amendment 1 to the York Region Official Plan (“ROPA 1”), having received Minutes of Settlement between York Region and 3…
  • Jan 29

    January 17, 2013 Decision of the Board, S.W. Lee and K. Hussey

    January 17, 2013 Decision of the Board, S.W. Lee and K. Hussey
    The Ontario Municipal Board issued a partial approval order bringing into force and effect certain sections and policies of the York Regional Official Plan – 2010 as modified and as  set out in an August 23, 2012 order then…
Rank this Week: 4179

Property Tax in Florida

Property Tax in Florida

Covers property tax law in Florida, including questions relating to valuation, homestead exemptions, agricultural classifications, and how to challenge decisions of the taxing authority. By Sherri Johnson.

http://propertytaxinflorida.com/
  • Aug 22

    Deadlines for 2013 VAB Petition

    Deadlines for 2013 VAB Petition
    Pursuant to Florida Statute 194.011(3)(d), a petition to a county value adjustment board to challenge the assessment of the value of the taxpayer’s property must be filed no later than 25 days after the Property Appraiser…
  • Aug 19

    Deadlines for 2012 VAB Petition

    Deadlines for 2012 VAB Petition
    Pursuant to Florida Statute 194.011(3)(d), a petition to a county value adjustment board to challenge the assessment of the value of the taxpayer’s property must be filed no later than 25 days after the Property Appraiser mails out the…
  • Jan 17

    Property Tax Appeals: Should You File a VAB Petition or Go Straight to Court?

    Property Tax Appeals: Should You File a VAB Petition or Go Straight to Court?
    Property owners who would like to appeal their property tax assessments are faced with two choices in Florida – they can file a petition to the county value adjustment board or they can file a lawsuit in circuit court.  Some attorneys…
Rank this Week: 4200

Condo Development Blog

Condo Development Blog

Provides commentary to real estate developers, builders, and land use planners. By Robson Carpenter LLP.

http://www.rcllp.ca/condo/
  • Feb 7

    Quorum oh Quorum

    Quorum oh Quorum
    Post by: Meghan MacDonald We have noticed lately that it is becoming difficult to obtain the required quorum of unit owners at condominium turnover meetings.  The purpose of the turnover meeting is for the Declarant of the condominium to…
  • Nov 20

    Development Charges Season

    Development Charges Season
    Post by: Craig Robson Many municipalities in Ontario are currently undergoing a review of their development charges bylaws for 2014 implementation. Anyone who is involved in real estate development should be paying careful attention to these…
  • Nov 1

    Schedule G Part 3: Schedule G – Municipality

    Schedule G Part 3: Schedule G – Municipality
    Post by: Craig Robson With respect to phased condominiums, a “Schedule G- Municipality” is required for each phase with the exception of the final phase. The legislation does not specifically exempt the last phase from having a…
Rank this Week: 4244

Tennessee Real Estate Law

Tennessee Real Estate Law

Covers Tennessee commercial and residential real estate law. By J. David Wicker.

http://tennrealestatelaw.com/
  • Sep 17

    Property Tax Abatement in Tennessee via PILOT

    Property Tax Abatement in Tennessee via PILOT
    On December 4, 2012, Metro Council passed an economic incentive for Nashville-based HCA Holdings, Inc. (“HCA”) that is estimated to total $66 million over 20 years and is one of the largest Metro Nashville has ever offered to a…
  • Mar 29

    The Great Tennessee-Georgia Border War of 2013

    The Great Tennessee-Georgia Border War of 2013
    On March 25, 2013, Georgia senators passed House Resolution 4 (“HR 4”), a resolution which proposed settlement of the boundary dispute between the State of Georgia and the State of Tennessee. The resolution attempts to settle the…
  • Nov 19

    Oral Modification to Construction Contract

    Oral Modification to Construction Contract
    Construction contracts typically contain provisions that explicitly require the parties to reduce all modifications to the contract into writing. These “additional work” provisions are written to prevent the enforceability of oral…
Rank this Week: 4285

Arizona Real Estate Disputes and…

Arizona Real Estate Disputes and Litigation

Covers Arizona real estate law and litigation topics, including fraud, misrepresentation, breach of contract, foreclosures, anti-deficiency statutes, lis pendens, agent's duties, and liquidated damages. By Berk & Moskowitz, P.C.

http://arizrealestatelaw.com/news/
  • Apr 4

    Bankruptcy Law Preempts Arizona Law Deficiency Deadline

    Bankruptcy Law Preempts Arizona Law Deficiency Deadline
    How does bankruptcy law affect the 90 deadline to file a deficiency action after a trustee sale (non-judicial foreclosure) in Arizona? That was the question addressed in In re Rader. Under Section 33-814 of Arizona real estate statutes, in…
  • Oct 8

    Arizona’s Anti-Deficiency Statute

    Arizona’s Anti-Deficiency Statute
    The Arizona Court of Appeals has decided several recent cases interpeting and applying Arizona’s anti-deficiency statutes.  Watch this short video power point presentation to learn about Arizona’s Anti-Deficiency Statutes: What…
  • May 23

    “Show the Note” Not Required for Trustee Sale

    “Show the Note” Not Required for Trustee Sale
    The Arizona Supreme Court has resolved a recurring question: does the trustee have to “show the promissory note” in order to be able to foreclose by non-judicial trustee sale.  No, said the Supreme Court in its May 18, 2012 decision in…
Rank this Week: 4328

Natasi Law Group Blog

Natasi Law Group Blog

Covers distressed real estate, work-outs, real estate contracts and other real estate law issues.

http://nastasilaw.com/articles/
Rank this Week: 4329

Goldstein Hall PLLC

Goldstein Hall PLLC

Covers real estate and housing issues.

http://goldsteinhallpllc.blogspot.com/
  • Jul 21

    U.S. Public Housing Needs Exceed $21 Billion

    U.S. Public Housing Needs Exceed $21 Billion
    Following the Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) recent award of $1.9 billion to public housing, a capital-needs assessment released today by Recap Real Estate Advisors finds that public housing needs in the United States…
  • Jul 21

    NYC Reaches Major Milestone in its Affordable Housing Plan

    NYC Reaches Major Milestone in its Affordable Housing Plan
    Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor for Economic Development Robert K. Steel, Housing Preservation and Development Commissioner Mathew M.
  • Jun 29

    Consolidate Energy - NYC Benchmarking Information

    Consolidate Energy - NYC Benchmarking Information
    Attached below is an information sheet in Q&A format describing the details of the NYC Local Law 84 – Benchmarking Compliance. This ordinance was passed in 2009 and requires that any building (commercial or residential) over 50,000 square…
Rank this Week: 4344

Boston Real Estate Lawyer Blog

Boston Real Estate Lawyer Blog

Published By Brad Mahoney, Esq.

http://www.bostonrealestatelawyerblog.com/
Rank this Week: 4420

Redman Law Firm

Redman Law Firm

Covers real estate legal issues in Michigan.

http://redmanlawfirm.wordpress.com/
  • Jul 16

    Short Sale Seller Beware – Court Holds Lender Approval is Not an Essential Element of Contract

    Short Sale Seller Beware – Court Holds Lender Approval is Not an Essential Element of Contract
    On June 21, 2012, in the case of Cullinane v. Estate of Holly Vene, unpublished, the Michigan Court of Appeals addressed a case where a buyer sued the estate of a seller for specific performance on a short sale when the estate refused to…
  • Jun 26

    Court Finds Foreclosed Homeowners Not Liable for Removing Fixtures From Home

    Court Finds Foreclosed Homeowners Not Liable for Removing Fixtures From Home
    In the case of Gerber Federal Credit Union v. Shields, unreported, Docket # 303663, the Michigan Court of Appeals were faced with a case brought by a credit union against homeowners who allegedly removed cabinets, a sink and countertops from…
  • Jun 15

    Bank of America Issues New Short Sale Guideline

    Bank of America Issues New Short Sale Guideline
    Bank of America has announced “Enhanced Second Lien Deficiency Waiver Guidelines”. It is important when processing a short sale to understand all of the latest programs in place by all of the lenders.  The latest announcement reads:…
Rank this Week: 4446

EvictionTime.com Blog

EvictionTime.com Blog

Covers Florida eviction and landlord-tenant law. By Chen Law Firm, PA.

http://evictiontime.com/blog-evictiontime/
  • Oct 8

    When do you need an Attorney in a Landlord-Tenant matter?

    When do you need an Attorney in a Landlord-Tenant matter?
    A tenant should hire an attorney whenever the landlord is represented by an attorney.  If the tenant feels there is something improper by the landlord or feels their rights are being violated, they should consult an attorney.  Quite often…
  • Oct 8

    Lease Terms – a few item

    Lease Terms – a few item
    IMPORTANT: If you do not understand something in the lease or the lease does not include something the landlord agreed to provide, don’t sign it!!! The lease is legally binding and most judges will not accept the following statement,…
  • Oct 8

    When is it okay to withhold rent?

    When is it okay to withhold rent?
    Generally you need a material breach of the landlord’s duties to withhold rent.  It is most commonly used when the landlord fails to make repairs or maintain the property according to the following statute: 83.51  Landlord’s obligation…
Rank this Week: 4467

Lord of the Lease

Lord of the Lease

Law, news & trends in the California commercial leasing market. By Janis Hui.

http://lordofthelease.blogspot.com/
  • Nov 22

    Occupy LA Offered 10,000 Sq. Ft. Office Space for $1 Per Year Plus Farmland

    Occupy LA Offered 10,000 Sq. Ft. Office Space for $1 Per Year Plus Farmland
    Didn't think I'd be writing about the Occupy Movement but here we are... Occupy LA and Los Angeles officials may be entering lease negotiations for a space near City Hall.  In exchange for cleaning up camp, officials have offered the…
  • Nov 2

    Protect Clients from Repeated and Harassing Lawsuit

    Protect Clients from Repeated and Harassing Lawsuit
    California’s vexatious litigant statute, Code of Civil Procedure 391, et seq., has been around for some time but it is worth revisiting in today’s litigation climate.  Improved access to law and courts and legal information is allowing…
  • Aug 23

    Thanks Justia!

    Thanks Justia!
    Lord of the Lease has been selected for inclusion in Justia's Blawg Directory. Headquartered in Mountain View, California, Justia provides online legal and consumer information to the public, including case law, codes, regulations, legal…
Rank this Week: 4468

Wireless Site Development Law

Wireless Site Development Law

Covers the wireless site development process from A to Z-–acquisition to zoning. By LeClair Ryan.

http://wirelesssitedevelopmentlaw.com/
  • Sep 30

    Site Development: Do it Right or Pay the Price

    Site Development: Do it Right or Pay the Price
    From everything I have seen, heard, and experienced, the rush to upgrade sites to deliver faster download speeds and keep up with data demands is not unlike the old market launch days. There is a lot of pressure, some friendly and some not so…
  • Sep 30

    Site Development: Do it Right or Pay the Price

    Site Development: Do it Right or Pay the Price
    From everything I have seen, heard, and experienced, the rush to upgrade sites to deliver faster download speeds and keep up with data demands is not unlike the old market launch days. There is a lot of pressure, some friendly and some not so…
  • Sep 24

    Venn and the Art of Wireless Regulation

    Venn and the Art of Wireless Regulation
    It’s important to educate legislators and local governments about the 1996 Telecommunications Act, which added Section 332(c)(7) to the Communications Act of 1934. This section, also referred to as Section 704, affects the permitting of…
Rank this Week: 4473

The Thorpe Law Firm, P.A.

The Thorpe Law Firm, P.A.

Covers Florida real estate law, foreclosure defense, bankruptcy, estate planning and family law.

http://www.thorpelawfirm.com/blog/
  • Apr 7

    10 Questions to Ask a Bankruptcy Lawyer

    10 Questions to Ask a Bankruptcy Lawyer
    Obviously when hiring an attorney for any services it is imperative ascertain their qualifications and experience in the field law of you need.  If you are looking for a bankruptcy attorney knowing where to start a conversation with them…
  • Mar 26

    Will My Employer Know if I File for Bankruptcy?

    Will My Employer Know if I File for Bankruptcy?
    Some people become very concerned that filing for bankruptcy will somehow have negative consequences at work. The simple fact of the matter is that your employer doesn’t need to know if you file for bankruptcy and, more often than not…
  • Mar 10

    What will my Credit Score be after Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?

    What will my Credit Score be after Chapter 7 Bankruptcy?
    Although, many of our customers ask us this question.  We can’t answer it definitively so instead we will examine the general effect of bankruptcy on your credit score.  The question of whether or not filing bankruptcy will…
Rank this Week: 4493

Olympia Real Estate Lawyer Blog

Olympia Real Estate Lawyer Blog

Covers Washington real estate and land use issues. By Owens Davies.

http://www.olympiarealestatelawyerblog.com/
  • Aug 9

    Washington Supreme Court clarifies Statutory Warranty Deed Grantor's Duty to Defend

    Washington Supreme Court clarifies Statutory Warranty Deed Grantor's Duty to Defend
    A recent Washington Supreme Court opinion, Edmonson vs. Popchoi, provides some clarification and guidance for those of us who practice Washington Real Estate Law. The decision clarifies the duty of the grantor of a statutory warranty deed to…
  • Aug 5

    The Timeliness of a Land Use Petition Clarified

    The Timeliness of a Land Use Petition Clarified
    Pursuant to statute, the filing of a land use petition in superior court in Washington must occur within 21 days of the final determination by a local jurisdiction's body or officer with the highest level of authority to make a land use…
  • Jun 23

    The Scope of an Express Easement-Wilson & Son Ranch LLC v. Hintz

    The Scope of an Express Easement-Wilson & Son Ranch LLC v. Hintz
    A common issue in my experience as an attorney dealing with real estate and property issues, particularly easement issues, is the expansion of the use of an easement to other uses. The purpose an easement is used for is generally referred to…
Rank this Week: 4539

Los Angeles Real Estate Lawyer…

Los Angeles Real Estate Lawyer Blog

Covers real estate law. By Theodora Oringher PC.

http://www.losangelesrealestatelawyerblog.com/
  • Apr 7

    Property Owners Must Comply With Builders’ Prelitigation Procedures In Purchase Agreements Before Proceeding With Lawsuit

    Property Owners Must Comply With Builders’ Prelitigation Procedures In Purchase Agreements Before Proceeding With Lawsuit
    Provisions in contracts requiring parties to first mediate their disputes are increasingly common in real estate transactions.  In fact, many standard real estate purchase agreements require such alternative dispute resolution (ADR)…
  • Mar 18

    Beware of Penalty Clauses In California Contract

    Beware of Penalty Clauses In California Contract
    Clients often ask me how we can give certain clauses in contracts “teeth” to ensure that the other side performs.  For instance, in settlement agreements, many clients seek to impose monetary penalties that the other side…
  • Feb 28

    My Week of Jury Duty

    My Week of Jury Duty
    In corporate America, many executives believe that jury verdicts are out of control, and, as evidence, point to cases like the McDonald’s hot coffee case in which a woman was awarded millions of dollars in damages after spilling…
Rank this Week: 4583

Florida Real Estate Lawyers Blog

Florida Real Estate Lawyers Blog

Covers real state law in Florida. By Jordan Pascale, P.L.

http://www.floridarealestatelawyersblog.com/
  • Apr 15

    Raising Money through Real Estate Syndications – Recent Law Changes to the Rule 506 Exemption

    Raising Money through Real Estate Syndications – Recent Law Changes to the Rule 506 Exemption
    By: Alejandro E. Jordan, Esq. The Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act, known as the Jobs Act, has changed the way to raise money from groups of investors to purchase commercial and investment real estate properties.  Many forget that…
  • Mar 31

    April 2014 Florida Real Estate Case Law Update

    April 2014 Florida Real Estate Case Law Update
    By: Daniel T. Pascale, Esq. Railroad easement extinguished by abandonment.  A railroad right-of-way was consider as an easement and could be terminated by abandonment.  Marvin M. Brandt Revocable Trust v. U.S., 2014 WL 901843,…
  • Mar 17

    Understanding Florida’s Commercial Real Estate Sales Commission Lien Act

    Understanding Florida’s Commercial Real Estate Sales Commission Lien Act
    By: Daniel T. Pascale, Esq. Pursuant to Florida’s Commercial Real Estate Sales Commission Lien Act, a commercial broker has a lien upon the owner’s net proceeds from the sale of commercial real estate for any commission earned by…
Rank this Week: 4590

Central California Law Blog

Central California Law Blog

Discusses business, property and consumer debt issues. By Ken Jorgensen.

http://fresno-law.blogspot.com/
  • Apr 9

    Landlords Selling Tenant Occupied Property: Open Houses, Showings and Realtor

    Landlords Selling Tenant Occupied Property: Open Houses, Showings and Realtor
    California landlords wanting to sell their tenant occupied properties need to abide by the tenant rights found in California Civil Code Section 1954.  Essentially, landlords are allowed to show the property to prospective buyers so long…
  • Mar 26

    House of Horrors: Landlords Go To Jail For Outlandis Eviction Effort

    House of Horrors: Landlords Go To Jail For Outlandis Eviction Effort
    House of HorrorsPolice called a husband and wife that owned an apartment building San Francisco "landlords from hell."  The district attorney likened their actions to a plot line in a horror movie.  This landlord couple simply…
  • Mar 13

    Wondering Which Neighbor Has to Pay for Broken Fence in California?

    Wondering Which Neighbor Has to Pay for Broken Fence in California?
    California has updated its fencing laws between adjoining landowners.  The new statute is is called the Good Neighbor Fence Act of 2013.  Part of me is sad that California has to legislate how to be a good neighbor. Here are the…
Rank this Week: 4597

Accessibility Defense

Accessibility Defense

Covers the defense of accessibility claims under the ADA and FHA. By Richard Hunt.

http://accessdefense.com
  • Apr 12

    The next wave – ADA lawsuits against touchscreen POS device

    The next wave – ADA lawsuits against touchscreen POS device
    Touchscreen point-of-sale devices are ubiquitous, and the next wave of ADA lawsuits will undoubtedly be against businesses that use them. This is easy to predict because on April 10 the DOJ filed a “Statement of Interest”…
  • Mar 30

    Who wears the halo? For a successful ADA defense it has to be the defendant.

    Who wears the halo? For a successful ADA defense it has to be the defendant.
    Two cases decided only last week illustrate what a defendant must do if it is determined to win an ADA lawsuit. In one case the defendant failed, and in the other the defendant succeeded. Both cases were ATM cases filed by the same law firm,…
  • Mar 17

    Segway or the Highway Says the DOJ

    Segway or the Highway Says the DOJ
    On January 31 of this year the Department of Justice published a new guidance (www.ada.gov/opdmd.pdf) on the use of mobility devices other than wheelchairs. Business owners cannot avoid paying attention to the guidance despite the fact that…
Rank this Week: 4610

Bingham Greenebaum Doll Blog

Bingham Greenebaum Doll Blog

Covers Indiana law.

http://www.bgdlegal.com/blog/
Rank this Week: 4628

New York & New Jersey Real Estate…

New York & New Jersey Real Estate Lawyer Blog

Covers real estate law. By Samuel C Berger, PC.

http://www.newjerseyrealestatelawyerblog.com/
  • Mar 25

    Dealing With a Tenant Who Has Breached Its Lease

    Dealing With a Tenant Who Has Breached Its Lease
    As a commercial landlord, one of the considerations one must make is how to deal with a tenant who has failed to live up to the express terms of its lease. A landlord may sometimes seek to work out an amicable solution that allows the tenant…
  • Mar 11

    Injury Accidents and Civil Liability for Commercial Tenant

    Injury Accidents and Civil Liability for Commercial Tenant
    One of the more significant elements of risk for a commercial landlord or tenant is the prospect of a visitor on the property becoming injured. A recent federal court decision ruled that, although the terms of the landlord and tenant's lease…
  • Feb 25

    Enforcing Subrogation Waivers in Commercial Lease

    Enforcing Subrogation Waivers in Commercial Lease
    Subrogation, the equitable remedy available to insurers to seek compensation for payments to an insured as a result of loss caused another party's negligence or other misconduct, factors into most commercial leases. In many cases, the parties…
Rank this Week: 4683

NJ Land Use and Environmental Law…

NJ Land Use and Environmental Law Blog

Covers New Jersey land use and environmental laws, rules, court decisions and government policies. By Hill Wallack LLP.

http://www.nj-landuselaw.com/
  • Mar 19

    N.J. Supreme Court Issues Decision on COAH Motion to Extend its Time for Adopting New Regulation

    N.J. Supreme Court Issues Decision on COAH Motion to Extend its Time for Adopting New Regulation
    By: Stephen Eisdorfer, Esq. On March 14, 2014, the New Jersey Supreme Court ordered the New Jersey Council on Affordable Housing (COAH) to adopt new regulations establishing municipal fair share housing obligations no later than October 22,…
  • Sep 24

    Appellate Division Invalidates 20-Acre Downzoning

    Appellate Division Invalidates 20-Acre Downzoning
    By: Thomas F. Carroll, III, Esq. On August 29, 2013, the Appellate Division reversed a trial court decision in Griepenburg v. Ocean Township and invalidated 20-acre zoning, ruling that no environmental features justified the…
  • Aug 9

    In Eminent Domain, Statutory Construction Reigns Supreme

    In Eminent Domain, Statutory Construction Reigns Supreme
    By: Cameron W. MacLeod, Esq. Under New Jersey law, public utilities are afforded the ability to exercise eminent domain by statute. Railroads are included in the general class of public utilities, and also have their own separate statute by…
Rank this Week: 4680

CityLand

CityLand

Features New York City land use news and legal research. From New York Law School.

http://www.citylandnyc.org/
  • Apr 16

    CityLaw Breakfast with Mark Peters, Commissioner of the Department of Investigation

    CityLaw Breakfast with Mark Peters, Commissioner of the Department of Investigation
    The Center for New York City Law, Dean Anthony W. Crowell & Professor Ross Sandler cordially invites you to a City Law Breakfast presenting Mark Peters Commissioner, Department of Investigations speaking on Corruption Fighting in New…
  • Apr 15

    Proposed New Building with Separate Glass and Masonry Facades Met with Criticism

    Proposed New Building with Separate Glass and Masonry Facades Met with Criticism
    No opposition voiced against demolition of one-story 20th-century building on site. On April 1, 2014, the Landmarks Preservation Commission considered an application to develop a triangular lot at 192 Seventh Avenue South in the Greenwich…
  • Apr 14

    Complete Video from CityLaw Breakfast with Zachary Carter

    Complete Video from CityLaw Breakfast with Zachary Carter
    On Friday, April 11, 2014, the Center for New York City Law, at New York Law School hosted a City Law Breakfast, featuring Zachary Carter, Corporation Counsel for the City of New York, as the guest speaker. Mr. Carter’s speech was…
Rank this Week: 4713

Condo and HOA Law

Condo and HOA Law

Covers legal issues impacting community associations. By Hill Wallack LLP.

http://www.condolawnj.com/
Rank this Week: 4697

Sever | Storey Blog

Sever | Storey Blog

Covers eminent domain issues in the States of Indiana, North Carolina and Illinois.

http://www.landownerattorneys.com/blog
  • Apr 15

    Upcoming Seminars: Grain Belt Express Power Line Project

    Upcoming Seminars: Grain Belt Express Power Line Project
      ​Sever Storey is following a new 700-mile power line project called the Grain Belt Express.  This Project will deliver 3,500 megawatts of renewable energy from western Kansas to communities in Missouri, Illinois, Indiana…
  • Apr 11

    Gov. Quinn Unveils Slightly Smaller Transportation Plan

    Gov. Quinn Unveils Slightly Smaller Transportation Plan
    SPRINGFIELD — Illinois will spend slightly less next fiscal year on road, rail and airport construction projects under a transportation plan unveiled Wednesday by Gov. Pat Quinn. Among the projects touted by the governor as part of the…
  • Apr 10

    US 45 Project in El Dorado Moves Forward

    US 45 Project in El Dorado Moves Forward
    ELDORADO, IL (KFVS) - A highway project in Saline County is moving forward after years of planning. Some folks sold pieces of their property to make room for the new four lane road, others have to deal with the encroaching pavement. The…
Rank this Week: 4755

Hart, King & Coldren Blog

Hart, King & Coldren Blog

Covers California real estate law.

http://www.hkclaw.com/topic/blog/
  • Apr 15

    The War Is Civil No More. Now, it’s A Trademark!

    The War Is Civil No More. Now, it’s A Trademark!
    When I say the words “Civil War” what images are brought to mind? Perhaps Abraham Lincoln in a stovepipe hat or Robert E. Lee astride his horse, Traveler, or maybe tintype photographs of Atlanta shortly after General Sherman and…
  • Apr 15

    Google, Viacom Settle Billion Dollar YouTube Copyright Case

    Google, Viacom Settle Billion Dollar YouTube Copyright Case
    Originally filed in 2007, Viacom has settled its federal copyright infringement lawsuit against Google for allegedly allowing tens of thousands of videos and video clips to be posted on its popular YouTube site. Both companies announced the…
  • Apr 10

    AB-2026 Mobilehome Park Denial of Tenancy

    AB-2026 Mobilehome Park Denial of Tenancy
    Your help is needed to defeat harmful mobilehome park denial of tenancy legislation-AB 2026. This bill will put numerous limitations and restrictions on your ability as a park owner/manager to evaluate and approve a prospective…
Rank this Week: 4737

Murtha & Murtha, PLLC Blog

Murtha & Murtha, PLLC Blog

Discusses the latest on tenant eviction cases, laws, rules, how-tos, and other useful information for landlords in Suffolk County and Nassau County New York.

http://www.longislandevictionslawyer.com/blog/
  • Feb 9

    A Tip For Tenants Who Fall Too Far Behind In Rent

    A Tip For Tenants Who Fall Too Far Behind In Rent
    It is not uncommon for tenants to fall behind from time-to-time in paying rent. It is also quite normal for tenants to be a little late from time-to-time in paying rent. But occasionally a tenant falls so far behind that the end of the…
  • Jan 1

    Common Landlord Tenant & Eviction Term

    Common Landlord Tenant & Eviction Term
    Thirty-Day Notice of Termination – A notification, pursuant to Real Property Law § 232-b, by a landlord to a tenant, or by a tenant to a landlord, that either elects to terminate a month-to-month tenancy. The…
  • Dec 21

    Can a Landlord Collect Rent on an Illegal Apartment in Nassau County or Suffolk County?

    Can a Landlord Collect Rent on an Illegal Apartment in Nassau County or Suffolk County?
    The simple answer is YES. Courts, for a long time, were split on this issue. As most seasoned landlord-tenant attorneys know, the Nassau County District Court has traditionally held that so long as the property is being used in conformity…
Rank this Week: 4751

Northern California Bankruptcy…

Northern California Bankruptcy Attorneys Blog

Covers bankruptcy, business and real state law. By Binder & Malter, LLP.

http://www.northerncaliforniabankruptcyattorneysblog.com/
Rank this Week: 4759

Davis-Stirling Condo Law

Davis-Stirling Condo Law

By Adrian J. Adams.

http://www.condoassociationexpert.com/
  • Apr 13

    Collection Statute of Limitation

    Collection Statute of Limitation
    QUESTION: What is the statute of limitations for collecting delinquent assessments? ANSWER: Statutes of limitations (SOL) are laws that restrict the time period within which legal proceedings may be brought. For example, if a driver runs a…
  • Apr 6

    Free Speech and Porn

    Free Speech and Porn
    QUESTION: Our HOA held an election but never received the results. I heard about it through the grapevine. I emailed the board and never received a reply. I was of the understanding that election results are supposed to be published. ANSWER:…
  • Mar 23

    Drunk Board Member

    Drunk Board Member
    QUESTION: What do you do about a board member who shows up drunk at meetings? ANSWER: To avoid personal liability for their actions/decisions, directors must perform their fiduciary duties “with such care, including reasonable inquiry,…
Rank this Week: 4778

Utah Water Rights and Water Law

Utah Water Rights and Water Law

Features case law summaries, legislative updates, and informative articles about Utah water law. By Jeff Gittins.

http://www.utahwaterrights.blogspot.com
  • Apr 10

    Public Meeting Concerning the Propoosed Determination Within the Orem Subdivision

    Public Meeting Concerning the Propoosed Determination Within the Orem Subdivision
    The Utah Division of Water Rights has set a public meeting to discuss the proposed determination of water rights within the Orem Subdivision of the Provo River Division in the Utah Lake / Jordan River Drainage (Area No. 55, Book 3). The…
  • Apr 9

    Central Utah Water Conservancy District v. Jensen

    Central Utah Water Conservancy District v. Jensen
    In 2011, the Utah Supreme Court issued its opinion in the Jensen v. Jones, in which the Court held that the State Engineer could not consider alleged forfeiture in determining whether or not to grant a change application.  The Court did…
  • Mar 10

    Public Meeting Concerning a Groundwater Management Plan for Moab / Spanish Valley

    Public Meeting Concerning a Groundwater Management Plan for Moab / Spanish Valley
    The Utah Division of Water Rights has set a public meeting to discuss the process for developing a groundwater management plan for the Moab / Spanish Valley area. The following information is from the public meeting notice: What: Public…
Rank this Week: 4786

Freeth Cartwright LLP Real Estate

Freeth Cartwright LLP Real Estate

Covers UK real estate law.

http://freethcartwrightrealestateblog.com/
  • Apr 7

    Doing it Wright for 40 years…

    Doing it Wright for 40 years…
    You may not be surprised to read that the Nottingham Real Estate department demobs to the pub to kick off the weekend, but it was with mixed emotions that we raised our glasses on Friday night as we wished one … Continue reading →
  • Mar 28

    FC Trainee has the X-Factor

    FC Trainee has the X-Factor
    Congratulations go to our Ben Gant who has won the Nottinghamshire Law Society’s Junior Lawyer of the Year Award. Ben, a second year trainee solicitor currently in the Real Estate department in our Nottingham office, received the award…
  • Mar 25

    Distressing Times Ahead…?

    Distressing Times Ahead…?
    Some pretty momentous things have happened on 6 April in years gone by. In 1722, Peter the Great ended tax on men with beards, in 1896 the first modern Olympic games opened in Athens and in 1917 the US declared … Continue reading…
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Alaska Law Blawg

Alaska Law Blawg

Covers Alaska business law, litigation and recent decisions. By Clayton Walker.

http://aloinc.com/alaska-law-blawg/
  • Mar 24

    Don’t Be the Good Guy Tenant

    Don’t Be the Good Guy Tenant
    By: Jim GainesWhen it comes to Landlord Tenant relationships, don’t be the good guy. Now, I’m not saying to be the bad guy, though, either.   In general, us human beings (most of us, anyway) desire to be liked and…
  • Mar 5

    Transaction Question

    Transaction Question
    By: Clayton WalkerPlease consider and answer the following questions to help us efficiently evaluate and structure your transaction, and help you address issues prospectively. General information about the proposed transaction: 1. Is there a…
  • Mar 3

    Unsuccessful Public Contract Bid Proce

    Unsuccessful Public Contract Bid Proce
    By: Clayton WalkerUnsuccessful Public Contract Bid Process The Alaska Supreme Court issued an opinion addressing a litigants complaints about an unsuccessful public contract bid process.  The full opinion can be found here.  There…
Rank this Week: 4833

Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold's blog

Craig Anthony (Tony) Arnold's blog

Covers property law, land use and environmental law.

http://www.law.louisville.edu/blog/61
Rank this Week: 4863

Freed Marcroft Blog

Freed Marcroft Blog

Covers Connecticut estate planning, family, real estate, litigation, business and non-profit planning, and LGBT immigration law.

http://freedmarcroft.com/category/blog/
  • Apr 11

    Divorce and Marriage-Based Green Card

    Divorce and Marriage-Based Green Card
    What happens when two of Freed Marcroft’s practice areas, family law and immigration, intersect? We assist binational couple clients in obtaining permanent residence status (commonly referred to as “green cards”) based on…
  • Apr 9

    Pet Trusts in Husky Country

    Pet Trusts in Husky Country
    Our pup, Daphne, is a fixture in Freed Marcroft’s office and has so many opinions of her own that she is even on Twitter at @thatlawyerdog. As a dog lover myself, I understand why one of our trust and estate clients’ common…
  • Apr 7

    Meghan Freed to Participate in Hartford County Bar Association Seminar on Social Media

    Meghan Freed to Participate in Hartford County Bar Association Seminar on Social Media
    Meghan Freed will be a panelist in a seminar the Hartford County Bar Association is presenting tomorrow, April 8, on how lawyers can use social media to enhance their marketing efforts and give their businesses a more robust online presence.…
Rank this Week: 4939

Rossabi Black Slaughter, PA Blog

Rossabi Black Slaughter, PA Blog

Covers estate planning, HOA & condo associations and family law in North Carolina.

http://www.lawfirmrbs.com/blog/
  • Apr 11

    North Carolina Condo and HOA “Ask an Attorney Night” – April 22

    North Carolina Condo and HOA “Ask an Attorney Night” – April 22
    Have a condo or HOA association question you’d like to ask a lawyer?   The North Carolina Chapter of the Community Associations Institute (CAI) is hosting an “Ask an Attorney Night: Your HOA & Condo Questions…
  • Apr 1

    Buy a Book and Support the National Association of Parliamentarians!

    Buy a Book and Support the National Association of Parliamentarians!
    Prior to having two books published last year, I hadn’t given much attention to the bookselling world.  Sometimes I’d buy a book from NAP at the Biennial Convention or National Training Conference.  Or from Barnes &…
  • Feb 26

    Support CAI — Buy a Book!

    Support CAI — Buy a Book!
    Prior to having two books published last year, I hadn’t given much attention to the bookselling world.  Sometimes I’d buy a book from the Community Associations Institute (CAI) bookstore at the Annual Conference or Law…
Rank this Week: 4997

Trust Matters Most

Trust Matters Most

Covers family law, divorce, bankruptcy, and specific Pennsylvania law changes. By Reese, Samley, Wagenseller, Mecum & Longer, P.C.

http://www.trustmattersmost.com/blog
  • Mar 21

    Why Does Divorce Skyrocket from January to March?

    Why Does Divorce Skyrocket from January to March?
    All over the U.S., lawyers are talking about the increased number of divorce cases they see in January. While December is usually the year’s low, January numbers shoot up and remain that way through March. What’s behind this…
  • Mar 14

    Schools Required to Bus Children to Both Divorced Parents’ House

    Schools Required to Bus Children to Both Divorced Parents’ House
    Another follow-up to two of our recent blogs (“Another One Rides the Bus with apologies to the Queen” and “Update to Another One Rides the Bus”) regarding bus transportation for children of divorced parents who…
  • Mar 11

    5 Ways to Hurt Your Divorce with Social Media

    5 Ways to Hurt Your Divorce with Social Media
    “It’s better to be safe than sorry,” the adage goes. It’s especially true when it comes to legal issues like divorce – particularly in contentious cases.  Studies over the past 5 years have tied social media…
Rank this Week: 4898

Goldstein, Rosen & Rassos LLP Blog

Goldstein, Rosen & Rassos LLP Blog

Covers wills & estates, real estate and corporate law.

http://www.grrlaw.ca/law-blog.html
Rank this Week: 4935