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New Washington State statute affects condo, homeowners associations > Spokane Journal of Business

New statute affects condo, homeowners associationsLaw for common-interest communities applies to all developers, sellers, others (Journal of Business, July 19, 2018 by Brett Sullivan) On July 1, 2018, major changes to Washington state law governing homeowners and condominium owners associations took effect. Representing approximately 12 years of effort by lawyers, developers, builders, and real estate […]

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FINDING A HOME: THE TALE OF TWO FAMILIES – The Spokesman-Review

  Source: FINDING A HOME: THE TALE OF TWO FAMILIES – The Spokesman-Review

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5 Legal Risks of Offering Free Alcohol to Employees – Free Enterprise

5 Legal Risks of Offering Free Alcohol to Employees By Christopher Coble, Esq. on June 1, 2018 11:56 AM Not only does booze saturate everything from pop culture to our weekend plans, drinking and working have long been intertwined. From hoppy ales shipped across the world to aid troops because it was safer to drink […]

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Tenants Now Have Not Less Than 90 Days To Vacate After Foreclosure

Tenants Now Have Not Less Than 90 Days To Vacate After Foreclosure

On May 24, 2018, federal law (PL 115-174) was enacted permanently bringing back the previously sunset 2009 Protecting Tenants at Foreclosure Act (which expired on December 31, 2014).  This law now gives residential tenants 90 day notice to vacate a residential property in lieu of 60 days.  The law gives substantial protection to tenants. Moreover, if […]

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Top 7 Summer Employment Tips for Employers – Free Enterprise

The surplus of students looking for summer work can be a boon for your small business. But if not hired and handled properly, summer employees can be more trouble than they’re worth. The summer months can also offer new challenges for your year-round staff. So how do you get summer hires right, and take care […]

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Weak safeguards make Nevada companies easy targets for fraud – Las Vegas Review-Journal

Weak safeguards make Nevada companies easy targets for fraud Source: Weak safeguards make Nevada companies easy targets for fraud – Las Vegas Review-Journal

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The Hostile Occupation of Carlos Lopez’s House – The Wall Street Journal.

The Hostile Occupation of Carlos Lopez’s House https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-hostile-occupation-of-carlos-lopezs-house-1527892100

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20 Markets That Were Hottest in May | Realtor Magazine

http://realtormag.realtor.org/daily-news/2018/06/01/20-markets-were-hottest-in-may?tp=i-H43-Bb-2Dk-3QuGb-1p-CCu4-1c-3QzkX-25YMZn&om_rid=50741829&Om_ntype=RMOdaily&om_mid=8540#!#.WxG5qiVb7Dg.linkedin

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Cash for Keys: The Controversial Process That Could Save You Major Eviction Headaches

Cash for Keys is a controversial process debated often in landlord circles, but something we LOVE and use. Cash for Keys is the strategy of giving your tenants money to leave the property, avoiding the eviction process altogether. We have used this technique several times over the past few years and found great success. However, […]

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Washington trots out new weapon for cities in the fight against ‘zombie’ properties | The Spokesman-Review

City officials in Spokane and around the state will get a new weapon to fight off “zombie” properties starting in June, when a new law that is the product of more than a year of negotiations takes effect.The law, passed in the final week of the 2018 legislative session, will allow cities to notify lending […]

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