Monthly Archives: November 2018

When dealing with real estate belonging to a partnership, Caveat Emptor | Farrell Fritz, PC

A fundamental and well-known principle of partnership law is that, unless otherwise agreed, the general partners have the power to unilaterally bind the partnership to contracts with third parties. In New York, the rule is codified in Article 20 (1) of the law on partnershipwhich states: Each partner is an …

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Defense Real Estate: DOD Needs to Take Additional Steps to Improve Management of its Inventory Data

What the GAO found GAO found that the Department of Defense (DOD) Real Property Database (RPAD) contained inaccurate data and lacked completeness, although some data reviewed by GAO has improved in accuracy since the exercise. 2014. RPAD is a department-wide real estate database. compiled annually by the Office of the …

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Register From the Comfort of Home – Maryland’s Uniform Electronic Real Estate Registry Act | Loi Pessin Katz, PA

On May 8, 2018, Governor Hogan signed Maryland House Bill 1093, also known as the Maryland Uniform Real Property Electronic Recording Act (the “Act”). The law is codified in Title 3, Subtitle 7 of the Real Property Section of Maryland’s Annotated Code. Effective October 1, 2018, the Act establishes uniform …

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