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Building Codes in Tennessee: Legal Implications Liability For Code Violations: Design Professional, Contractor, Owner, Inspector Criminal Sanctions 1.
Construction Lien Law in Washington: Liens on Private Projects in Washington State A lien is most beneficial to those companies who do not have privity with the property owner, such as subcontractors and material...
Landlord Tenant Disputes Over Tenant Installed Property in Washington It is relatively common for a landlord or property manager to ask whether a tenant is allowed to, or must, remove the “fixtures” that the tenant...
Financing Public & Private Partnerships In Maryland Public-private partnerships are increasingly being used to facilitate private and municipal redevelopment initiatives.
Texas Drainage and Flood Law Drainage law generally follows property law concepts that emphasize the rights of landowners. Landowners have certain rights and obligations pertaining to both surface water and groundwater.
Legal and Practical Issues of Easements in Texas Article I, section 17 of the Texas Constitution sets forth the power and authority of eminent domain in Texas.
Residential Landlord Tenant Law in Washington
Public Construction Contracts And Claims, Including Pay-To-Play Limitations In New Jersey Public construction contracts in New Jersey, whether they be contracts for public construction for municipalities and other...
Fundamentals of Contruction Contracts in North Carolina In This White Paper You Will Learn About: •Mediation, Arbitration and Other ADR Formats •Mediation •Arbitration •Other ADR Formats
Public Utility Easements and Eminent Domain: We All Want Power, but We Don’t All Want Power Lines Purchase this report and get the practical easements information you won’t find anywhere else.
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