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Blog Posts in July, 2021

READ IT (THE CONTRACT) OR WEEP

Bought a new car recently? A house? Applied for a loan? New software? Use the internet? All of these involve contracts and most of the contracts are small print and many pages long. Contracts are ...
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PAYMENT OF A JUDGMENT IS NOT AUTOMATIC

When someone files a lawsuit, they expect to get paid after they win. Many think getting a judgment equates to payment and are shocked to find judgment only opens the door to collection. Payment of ...
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WHAT DO YOU GET FOR BREACH OF CONTRACT?

Contracts are important. We deal with contracts in virtually all aspects of our life. For "big" deals, most people rely on a written contract. Handshake or oral agreement is often used in ...
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COSTS ADD UP IN A REAL ESTATE SALE

Everyone understands sale price in a real estate contract. Most people remember they signed an agreement to pay a sales commission. But unless you read the contract, you might not know there are other ...
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CONDOMINIUMS RIGHTS TO APPROVE TRANSFERS

A condominium association's right to approve sales or leases is almost mythical. Most people believe associations have an inherent right to approve sales or leases, but that is not the case. ...
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