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Creating a failure to pay record can help prove your case when the other party reneges in a real estate transaction.
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Ohio appellate court rules intent to purchase letters can bind parties to sale terms in Ohio real estate deals.
Don’t assume that the lack of notarization will always block the enforcement of a commercial real estate lease.
Commercial property sellers may want to consider the benefits of a right of an entry agreement before allowing potential buyers to conduct inspections.
Failure to notarize signature keeps lessor from enforcing commercial office lease.
New Ohio receivership law allows property sales clear of all liens, as well as court overrides of a receiver's promise not to solicit or accept backup contracts.
Some knowledge about Michigan's construction lien law can help businesses avoid many of the common problems they faced prior to the Great Recession.
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