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Compromising A Real Estate Claim

Compromising A Real Estate Claim

Compromising a real estate claim by an agent requires two things.  First is a writing signed by the person for whom the agent is acting giving the agent the power to  settle on his behalf.  Second a writing signed by the agent settling the...

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Forming Contracts

Forming Contracts

A contract  need not be embodied  in just one document.  A contract may be formed by a series of documents, such as an application, correspondence going back and forth, and then an affirmative...

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Why Secured Creditors Should be Careful

Why Secured Creditors Should be Careful

Secured creditors with mortgages or deeds of trust need to be careful. If they foreclose outside of a court proceeding, they lose the right to collect from the debtor for any deficiency in the amount collected by the foreclosure. Likewise if they sue on the debt...

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