Monthly Archives: February 2020

Real estate dispute in a virtual world

Bragg v Linden Research, Inc.487 F.Supp.2d 593 United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania, 2007 In April 2006, Linden Research, Inc. (“Linden”), the online virtual world service provider of second life, terminated the account of a user, Marc Bragg, when he discovered that he had found a …

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How to Transfer Real Estate in California to Heirs

[ad_1] Transfer after death of real estate in California The way in which real estate is owned and its market value are the two key variables that determine the time and cost to transfer real estate from a deceased owner. Two key variables dictate how to transfer California real estate …

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Women fight for land, property rights

[ad_1] The Chronicle Leonard Ncube, Victoria Falls reporter WOMEN’s groups across Africa called for regional integration and mainstreaming gender into socio-economic activities to strengthen the capacities of vulnerable women and girls on the continent. Some women are victims of abuse in land and inheritance disputes and are separated from managerial …

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Federal Real Property: GSA Should Improve the Accuracy, Completeness and Usefulness of Public Data

[ad_1] What GAO found The General Services Administration (GSA) has worked in recent years to improve the reliability of the Federal Real Property Profile (FRPP), which tracks federal real property. However, many errors in the database were reported in the public version. The GSA has extracted data from the 398,000 …

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How To Challenge Your Real Estate Reassessment Notice | Nexsen Pruet, SARL

Have you recently received a real estate reassessment notice? Wake County, plus 10 other counties[1] in North Carolina, recently reassessed all of their properties for ad valorem tax purposes. In Wake County, property values ​​increased by 20% for residential properties and 33% for commercial properties. These property values ​​will remain …

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Transfer of ownership: if my name does not appear on the cadastral deeds, am I really the owner of my apartment? | Houses and properties

[ad_1] Q Question: I recently bought my mother’s apartment and the money is in her account but it’s still her name on the land register. Reply: You are not the legal owner until your name is registered in the land register. By paying your mother money, you will have a …

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