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Taxes

Real Estate Valuation, Taxation and Depreciation

10th October 2012
This article speaks about the real estate properties, sale and purchase and much more. Before we go in to depth, letís ponder out what actually it is. Imagine you are an owner of a building and you want to get an idea about the worth of your property. The...
Author: Ariel Linford
Estate Planning

Dying Without a Will

18th July 2010
Have you ever considered what would happen to your property when you die? If you have made a will, there is every chance that the people you want to will get control of your estate, including your investment property. If you have not made a will, then ...
Author: Daniel Collins
Real Estate Law

Conveyancing - Picking the Right Solicitor is Crucial

09th April 2010
When deciding to buy a property, many people do not appreciate how important it is to find a specialised, experienced and competent solicitor, especially if they are buying a residential property. A solicitor's role in residential conveyancing is first...
Author: Tim Bishop
Real Estate Law

The Benefits Of The Cooling Off Period

18th March 2010
Since buyer's remorse is such a common phenomenon in the home buying process, Queensland has implemented a five day cooling off period during which buyers can back out of the deal. This is a very important part of the process and is designed to protect bu...
Author: EvaJudge
Legal

The Most Common Examples of Premises Liability Lawsuits - Slip and Fall Info

27th January 2010
Premises liability lawsuits may not be as well known as other common lawsuits. However, these are serious lawsuits that center on injuries that befall someone due to the negligence of a property owner or manager. For those curious as to what are common ex...
Author: Daniel Berry