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Riparian rights in each state dictates who owns the beach on coastal property. The mean high water mark is often used to mark the boundary of oceanfront property.
Published by Judith Barton 74 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +14 votes | 8 comments
Riparian and littoral rights determine the use and ownership of waterfront property. You may own the ground under the water and have rights to use the surface but no right to the actual water.
Published by Judith Barton 74 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +11 votes | 6 comments
The laws concerning properties in the former soviet republic of the Ukraine are pro-landlord although generally the rules for private leases are freely agreed between the landlord and the person or persons renting the property. Increases in rent are not subject to statutory regulation and it is generally left to the parties of landlord and their tenant to agree on the procedures regarding periodic increases in rent, these are usually inline with the countryÂ’s rate of inflation.
Published by John Smither 75 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +7 votes | 4 comments
The basic question when acquiring a real estate is to whether to hire a real estate agent or not. Real estate agents earn commissions higher than their salary. Purchasing a home is a large investment that is why most people hire a real estate agent for their needs and assistance. Home selling agents and home buying agents are the two categories of a real estate agent.
Published by Rosita Barbo 76 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +2 votes | 0 comments
The laws covering tenants and their rights over evictions within the country of Namibia are very much written or implemented in favour of the landlords. There are written rules that are in place to help the tenants but these are often disregarded if disputes arise between the two parties involved.
Published by John Smither 76 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +11 votes | 5 comments
Tenant Eviction law in Greece is very simple and it is by and large tenant protectionist.The rental agreement entered into between the land lord and the tenant forms the basis of the tenant eviction law in Greece.
Published by Rama lingam 77 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +13 votes | 7 comments
A brief description of the eviction laws and process in the Philippines.
Published by Everett Cook 78 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +0 votes | 15 comments
Tenant eviction law in Ireland is unique in many ways, besides being pro-tenant.Both the landlord and the tenant have statutory rights and obligations.Its eviction process is simple.The disputes between a land lord and the tenant is resolved through PRTB.
Published by Rama lingam 78 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +9 votes | 4 comments
The Turks and Caicos constitution and Civil Law does not offer protection from tenant eviction. Tenant eviction law in Turks and Caicos does not exist.
Published by M.J. Grueso 79 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +2 votes | 2 comments
Get to know the facts and procedures landlords must take to legally evict you. And ensure you know what you can do to stay in your property. And find out if your landlord is trying to illegally evict you.
Published by Hina Riche 79 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +4 votes | 5 comments
A well drafted house rental agreement helps to maintain the smooth relationship between a land lord and a tenant, besides safeguarding the land lord against the defaulting tenant and protecting the tenant from the unreasonable land lord as well.
Published by Rama lingam 83 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +10 votes | 2 comments
Mediation is the ideal alternate way of resolving real estate disputes between disputing parties.
Published by Rama lingam 84 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +6 votes | 0 comments
The eviction of a tenant in the State of California is a cumbersome process and so a land lord as well as a tenant should tread cautiously before embarking upon into any legal proceedings.
Published by Rama lingam 84 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +6 votes | 0 comments
Evicting a tenant in Florida is a cumbersome process, since it involves a series of systematic legal steps as enjoined in Chapter 83 of Florida Legal Code.
Published by Rama lingam 84 months ago in Real Estate & Leasing | +10 votes | 2 comments