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Australia
Swaab
The case highlights how property can be lost to a claim of adverse possession if it was over-looked in a deceased estate.
Swaab
The case highlighted how land could be lost to adverse possession if it is overlooked by executors of a deceased estate.
PCC Employment Lawyers
Reasonable management action may constitute bullying if the manner, form or frequency it is engaged in is unreasonable.
Austria
Wolf Theiss
On 22 August 2018 a new Act on facilitating the preparation and implementation of residential and accompanying investments came into force.
Canada
Lawson Lundell LLP
Second marriages are common. They frequently occur when one or both individuals already have adult children. Sometimes these melded families work and everyone gets along, or at least are pleasant enough to each other.
Alexander Holburn Beaudin + Lang LLP
With experts forecasting a cooling real estate market for the beginning of 2019, some executors may be tempted to hang on to real property that falls within an estate and wait until more favourable market conditions ...
Fogler, Rubinoff LLP
It's fall and that means we're back in the thick of another condominium meeting season, a most wonderful time of year! We wanted to share some of the Fogler's Condo Group's tips, tricks,
Miller Thomson LLP
In Georgetown Townhouse GP Ltd v Crystal Waters Plumbing Company Inc, 2018 ABQB 617, Master Prowse addressed the question of whether a registered owner, that knows work is being done on its land...
Italy
Giambrone & Partners
Inheriting a property in Italy sometimes comes as a complete surprise to UK citizens with Italian heritage.
Netherlands
Dentons
In de Vastgoedmarkt van oktober en november 2017 schreef ik over de voetangels en klemmen die op de loer liggen bij het gebruik van volmachten.
South Africa
Dykes Van Heerden Inc
We previously published articles in respect of the case of Singh and another v Mount Edgecombe Country Club Estate Management Association 2 (RF) NPC and others [2016] JOL 35169 (KZD) discussing amongst others ...
UK
Wrigleys Solicitors
Suggested response for community-led housing groups on the consultation paper – submissions due by 10 March
Wright Hassall LLP
It is not unusual for property to be co-owned by family members within a farming family, regardless of whether or not those members are actively involved ...
Hewitsons LLP
The recent High Court judgment in Wild v Wild [2018] EWHC 2197 (Ch) confirms that one partner cannot unilaterally cause property to become a partnership asset without the prior agreement or subsequent acceptance of the other partners.
Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP
The Scottish Government has recently confirmed that it does not intend to legislate to make land in Scotland subject to "legal rights" claims - a decision that is likely to be welcomed by landowners.
Squire Patton Boggs LLP
The High Court has issued a judgment dismissing the entirety of the Claimants' claim in a long-running dispute commenced by a pair of property developers against a Judicial Factor to the estate ...
Hewitsons LLP
There are a number of changes that overseas investors need to know about if they hold UK property. The first relates to the introduction of capital gains tax. Unlike many jurisdictions, foreign owners have not had to pay tax on UK property gains.
United States
McLane Middleton, Professional Association
I own a piece of property jointly with my ex-boyfriend and I don't want to anymore. What are my options?
Bowditch & Dewey
Real Reporter published "Op Funds Expand Deferral Paths for CRE Investors" by Paul Bauer and Matt Morris on November 29, 2018. Below is an excerpt from the article:
Berman Fink Van Horn P.C.
In previous blogs, we've touched on the concept of due diligence during a real estate transaction.
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