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Blog Posts in September, 2019

DANGEROUS INSTRUMENTALITY CAN MEAN OWNER LIABILITY

It should not be surprising that certain items are considered dangerous. A dangerous instrumentality is an item which is either inherently dangerous or poses significant risk of damage if used ...
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SOME CONTRACT DEADLINES ARE FLEXIBLE

Some people believe that all provisions in a contract must be strictly performed. Others have a laissez faire attitude. Both can be right, depending on contract language and circumstances. Real estate ...
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CAN I FLY MY FLAG?

Over the years, condominium, cooperative and homeowners associations frequently battled with homeowners over the display of flags. Some battles included giant flag poles and giant flags. Others, were ...
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VISITOR CAN BE TRESPASSER, LICENSEE OR INVITEE

People seem to get hurt everywhere. Tripping, falling into holes, falling down stairs or something more painful. In many cases, the injured person's first thought is who can I sue? The property ...
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ESTATE PLANNING MISTAKES TO AVOID

The internet is awash with help for the do it yourself estate planner. It is also full of tips for the do it yourself auto mechanic, home electrician or plumber. If you like, there are even kits and ...
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