Why Real Estate Transactions Are Best Trusted to an Expert Real Estate Attorney

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In recent years, many projects were abandoned due to the economy and lack of housing demand. Abandoned projects have caused more construction cases.

Each case has its own specific problem. Therefore, the need for construction attorneys has become a big necessity. Continue reading

The California Green Law was formed and drafted by a consortium of state agencies, including, but limited to, the Department of Housing and Community Development, the California State Lands Commission and the California Building Standards Commission. This particular law has twelve parts. As part of the California Building Standards code, these changes are published every three years per the California State legislature, and take effect 180 days after the bill is passed. The legislation allows for collective establishment of strict building standards that take into consideration any local climatic, geological or topographical conditions that may prevail in a specific region. Continue reading

When it comes to real estate investing, there are three common types of lawsuits filed. The three most common types of lawsuits are: breach of contract by the buyer, breach of contract by the seller, and non-disclosure of significant property deficiency. Each of these different types of lawsuits has ramifications for each side of the lawsuit. Continue reading

Real Estate is the one investment almost everyone will make at one time or another. Consulting an attorney makes good sense when you are buying a home, investing in land, or selling inherited real estate. The advice and input of an attorney can give you peace of mind and save you a lot of money. Continue reading

If you’re looking for a prosperous investment, you should look into buying land. Land, unlike homes in the real estate market, will never lose value regardless of what happens in the economy. Also, buying raw land will enable you to do whatever you would like on that property. A Coachella Valley real estate attorney can give more information on what is allowed on certain types of land. Continue reading

The state of California is home to 108 federally recognized Native American tribes and approximately 84 non-recognized tribes. Federally recognized and non-federally recognized Native American tribes both have unique political governments. Non-federally recognized tribes continue to practice their traditional Native American forms of government, and lack official recognition from the United States government. Federally recognized tribes have Native American governmental authority over their lands. For purposes of this guide, LD-IGR addresses governments under the jurisdictions of federally recognized tribes. Continue reading

The Palm Springs area has a unique set of regulatory laws underlying the properties therein. Anyone purchasing residential or commercial properties needs to quickly become familiar with the way these laws work. Most people will appreciate they can learn more information about how to manage local real estate law. Attorneys in the Palm Springs area provide a lot of information that helps you through these issues. They understand local regulations and can handle them with ease. Continue reading

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