Learning Some Words Used in The Courtroom

Not everyone understands the language being used in courtrooms. That’s why it would be best to have a brief learning encounter with words commonly used by lawyers and judges. Do you swear to tell the truth and nothing but the truth? Yes? Good. Let... Read more →

Business Law: Consideration

A brief note on the concept of consideration, with case references. Consideration is required in order for a contract to be valid, unless the contract is formed by deed under seal. The parties involved in the formation of the contract must promise... Read more →

Tips On How To Fight Speeding Ticket Enforcement

Figuring out how to fight a ticket is essential when you’re trying to protect your rights. The first thing to recognize is that you have to begin fighting your ticket the minute you are stopped. Most police officers are involved in many traffic... Read more →

Structured Annuity Settlements – An Overview

How a structured settlement annuity works A Structured Settlement is essentially an agreement under which an insurance company agrees to pay an individual a predetermined amount of cash for a fixed length of time if the individual meets an accident. The... Read more →

Understanding Florida Marijuana Laws

Understanding the New Florida Marijuana Laws As Amendment 2 passed last year, Florida’s marijuana laws have remained in flux as lawmakers have begun trying to determine what the rules should be for growing, cultivating and delivering the... Read more →

Personal Injury Accidents: Time to Go to Court

Making a personal injury accident claim is an actual path that many individuals decide not to pursue, mainly due to the fact they are uneasy and concerned about taking legal action against the responsible parties. If someone has been in a personal... Read more →

Benchmarking, Transparency & Green Will

On January 24th San Francisco city supervisors will hear a second reading of a proposed ordinance being presented by the Land Use Committee. The supervisors will then need to decide whether to join other progressive cities and require... Read more →

Leases, Crime Prevention and Eviction

Property managers are on the front lines of social problems because they work with entire communities.  People are generally wonderful, of course, but a few seem to make a habit of spoiling it for the rest of us. What has this got to do with... Read more →
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