Portable Docks in New Hampshire: Real or Personal Property?

Portable Docks in New Hampshire
New Hampshire is state with many lakes and most modern docks are aluminum docks that regularly move in and out of the water or are wood docks that are hinged at a concrete base. There may be p…

“Due Diligence” Clause in Standard NH Residential Purchase And Sales Agreements

NH Residential Purchase And Sales Agreements
The standard Purchase and Sales Agreement as prepared by the NH Association of REALTORS includes a standard section entitled “Due Diligence”. The purpose of the Due Diligence section of the Ag…

Unmarried Couples Buying a New Home In New Hampshire

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Unmarried Couples Buying A New Home In New Hampshire May Want To Consider A Tenancy In Common When buying a new home you may hear the terms “joint tenants” and “tenants in common,” but what do …

Adverse Possession of Property under New Hampshire Law

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The concept of “adverse possession” is one of the oldest doctrines in property law. In simple terms, if a person is deemed to have adversely possessed someone else’s property for a long enough per…

Obtaining a Zoning Variance in New Hampshire

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Under New Hampshire law, all towns and cities are required to institute zoning ordinances. The purpose of zoning is to regulate the use of land and keep neighborhoods organized and compatible. More…

Changes in New Hampshire Real Estate Law

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New Penalties Possible for Mortgage Lenders and a Clarification on the Taxation of Ground Leases Every year, the New Hampshire legislature makes numerous changes to state law. This is a brief roun…

Attorney Jay Leonard Named to Nashua Court’s Steering Committee

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Attorney Thomas J. Leonard has been named to the Hillsborough County South Drug Court steering committee. The Nashua court, which recently celebrated its first year of operation, is one of several…

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