Once upon a time, before the advent of modern legislation regulating Landlord and Tenant relations, Tenants were at the mercy of their Landlords who wielded and exercised excessive powers over them. Then, the Landlord had the power to unilaterally increase rent and the Tenant was not in a position to question the increment however arbitrary,… Continue reading Why the Law Was Designed to Favour Tenants at the Expense of Their Landlords
Whether you are buying or selling a house, land, apartment building, or office space, the hoops and hurdles you have to deal with can be overwhelming. For basic transactions, a licensed agent can take care of the paperwork and any other issues that might arise. Yet for more complex deals and even some of the… Continue reading Two Reasons Why You Should Hire A Real Estate Attorney
A good commercial solicitor would advise you not to sell your business in a rush. This is because there’s some more work to be done before you can consider advertising that your business is for sale. In the first instance, it is important to collate all the documents and other relevant information regarding your business.… Continue reading How To Prepare To Sell Your Business
Transactions involving property can be quite complex and you might need a real estate lawyer to help you make sense from the transaction process and the details involved in the same. Legal transactions need to be managed carefully so that both property sellers and buyers get the best from the processes and this is what… Continue reading Real Estate Lawyers – Your Options
Section 118 is a very famous section in Municipal Systems Act 2000 that prevents transfer of a property unless municipal services, fees, property taxes and rates or any other municipal taxes are not paid in full. Section 118 is called: Restrained of Transfer of Property. Page 51 of the Act Section 118. 1) A registrar… Continue reading Section 118 of the Act Municipal Systems Act 2000
Buying a home is part of the American Dream for many people. It’s the largest purchase most will make in a lifetime. Because so much money is involved in property transactions, and most buyers are borrowing on a 30-year contract, the process can be complicated and confusing. Those entering the market for the very first… Continue reading First Time Home Buyer? You May Want a Real Estate Attorney
Part of my practice is litigating foreclosure cases. Granted, I would not call it a focus of my practice, but I would say that I have a fair amount of involvement with such cases at any given time. Sometimes people retain my office for their foreclosure from the start, while others come to my office… Continue reading Mortgage Company Madness!
Your firm can choose from an array of commercial billing software packages but it’s important that you choose a product that provides features needed by the legal industry. Generic business software works great for a generic business. However law firms have specific billing conditions that only dedicated attorney time and billing software can satisfy. One… Continue reading Why the Right Billing Software Matters to Law Practices
LLCs and real estate seem to go hand in hand these days. Anyone to whom you speak that dabbles in real estate investing understands the need for liability protection, but may not understand the proper way to protect themselves. Their insurance broker may have told them that an umbrella policy will do the trick, but… Continue reading Do I Need an LLC for My Rental Property?