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Forgery in Real Estate Transactions: A Growing Concern

It’s not just that it’s a crime. Forgery in real estate transactions poses the potential for all kinds of trouble. Unfortunately, it’s something you might learn firsthand. Recent news regarding [...]

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30 Things You Need to Know about Real Estate Law in NJ

Buying or selling a house in New Jersey? Be prepared to meet a host of experts, from appraisers to real estate agents to mortgage lenders. Of course, that just starts the list. However, there’s [...]

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Landlords Need to Know the Risk in Retaining a Security Deposit

Whether you’re a new landlord or a seasoned one, it’s something you need to know. Retaining a security deposit comes with its share of risks. In the end, it’s something that could cause more [...]

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How Protected Wetlands Could Kill Your Real Estate Deal

It doesn’t matter if your real estate transaction involves a purchase or a sale. In fact, it’s also irrelevant if you’re buying or selling commercial real estate or residential property. It’s a [...]

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What Happened in this Case Involving Return of a Security Deposit?

As a residential landlord, you should know the law concerning security deposits. No doubt you think of the money you hold onto as quasi-insurance on your property. However, what happens when [...]

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When You Need to Sell Real Property After Someone Dies

You could easily feel overwhelmed. Taking charge of an estate often comes with a plethora of emotions and decisions. So, what exactly happens when you need to sell real property after someone [...]

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Option to Purchase in Commercial Lease: What You Need to Know

When you’re a commercial landlord, you should know certain key terms are critical to your lease agreement. However, are you considering the sale of the property? If so, you may want to insert a [...]

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Why Would You Need to Worry about Real Property Easements?

When you purchase real property, you more than likely expect exclusive use. However, that’s not necessarily always the case. Real property easements could give another individual or entity some [...]

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Ejectment: How to Remove a Non-Tenant from Your Property

If you’re a landlord, you already know that tenants can be evicted for more than nonpayment of rent.  All things considered, you may have some idea how the process works. You and your attorney [...]

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When Your Dispute is With Your Homeowners’ Association

If you’re paying HOA fees, you may have your own idea of how your homeowners’ association works. As long as things go smoothly, years pass without any concerns. However, what happens if you find [...]