One of the largest question (if not the most important) surrounding the entire topic of the Law of Attraction or The Secret, is time; how lengthy does it take to manifest my wishes? three. Harassment laws – Wisconsin Statute 947.013; you would need to prove a “course of conduct” that means a pattern, or repeated acts that harass or intimidate a person and, a extra severe subsection that can get the perpetrator(s) into more authorized trouble is whether or not you can present a “credible threat” that means an actual risk must be made in opposition to you.
I’m definitely not saying that youngsters are unable to study a overseas language when they go to stay overseas; the truth is, they’ve a better time of it than adults. As a result of, a “enterprise” entity has entry to more ‘cash’, per se, than the average person and could tie up … Read More
Real Estate Law is a lot more complicated than it has ever been in the past. Now when you sign a brokerage agreement with a realtor instead of 1 page or 2 pages it is 14 pages? That is just for the listing. Why is it so long? Well that is nothing compared to all the other forms involved and they just keep getting bigger due to all the laws, bureaucracy and lawyers. Everyone is so busy trying to cover themselves and their rear ends from every known or potential eventuality.
It is a giant game of 100s of pages of What Ifs. How can you have time to read it all? Well you need to make the time and it also makes sense to not allow yourself to be forced into doing anything too fast out of social conditioning. Such as thinking you might look stupid if you read … Read More
Real Estate 101: The Statute of Frauds is a really old law that originated in England in 1677. It requires that certain transactions must be in writing, signed by the party to be charged, basically the person being sued. Real estate purchases are one of the transactions covered by the statute of frauds. In real estate transactions, the SOF further requires that the writing contain a description of the property, a description of the parties, the price, and any agreed to conditions of price or payment.
There are a few exceptions to this rule. Part Performance is when someone has paid all or part of the purchase price, taken possession, and/or made substantial improvements to the land. For example, if Bob made an oral contract with Sue to buy property, paid her a down payment of 25% of the agreed purchase price, and built a house on the land, then … Read More
One of the greatest, unknowns, throughout recent history, is being able to predict, and/ or determine, whether we will experience a buyers, sellers, and/ or, neutral real estate market, and, accurately, predicting, the anticipated duration! There are many factors, scenarios, perceptions, economic (local, regional, national, and international) occurrences, etc, which impact, real estate’s performance, and, thus, its pricing trends. One of these factors, which is often ignored (and/ or, taken for – granted), is politics. Regardless of one’s personal, political preferences, and/ or, perceptions, focuses, beliefs, etc, there should be very little doubt, today’s politics, will, almost always, have some sort of effect, on how real estate performs, etc. With that in mind, this article will attempt to consider, examine, review, and discuss, 3 ways, present – day politics, impacts the near – term performance of real estate.
1. Interest rates; mortgage rates: Interest rates, generally, fluctuate, over – time! … Read More