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Three Exceptions For Expert Witnesses

Three Exceptions For Expert Witnesses

Medical malpractice cases are  the most difficult cases to win.  That is primarily because most all of them require an expert witness to testify that the defendant doctor failed to meet the standard of care set by other doctors.  Often the defense can find a witness...

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Scamming The Deed Of Trust

Scamming The Deed Of Trust

Watch out for scams suggesting banks are making fraudulent loans by not signing a Deed of Trust. Only the lendee, not the lender, needs to sign. Don't pay $3500 for someone to make a claim to the Department of Justice.

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How are Lenders Bound?

How are Lenders Bound?

Lenders can be bound by their commitments to finance real estate mortgages, if those commitments are in writing identifying the sender as a manager for the lender. It's a jungle out there and we can guide you through.

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Real Estate… When Should you sign?

Real Estate… When Should you sign?

Under the Statute of Frauds, real estate agreements must be signed by the party against whom they are sought to be enforced.  However, the subscription need not be a "wet" signature.  A preprinted one will do.  A subscription also need not be at the end.  It can be at...

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