Purchase and Sales Agreement New Hampshire

Purchase and Sales Agreement The standard Purchase and Sales Agreement as prepared by the NH Association of REALTORS includes a section where the real estate, which is subject to the sale and purchase, is described. In that section, the Agreement defines the term “Property”. It is the only place where…

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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 Agreement is to give the Buyer an opportunity to review restrictive covenants of record, easements, condominium rules and the like.…

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Is an LLC a good way to hold and transfer the family vacation home? Since family vacation homes often provide a refuge for family members to gather and enjoy one another’s company, parents are often in search of ways to keep these properties in the family. Before implementing such planning,…

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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 period of time, the first person may be able to acquire legal ownership over it. In order…

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[caption id="attachment_2443" align="alignright" width="190"] Israel F. Piedra[/caption]Attorney Israel Piedra was recently quoted in a nationally-syndicated news article distributed by “Content That Works” (CTW Features). The article discusses the benefits of hiring a real estate attorney to assist in buying or selling a home. In the article, Attorney Piedra emphasizes the…

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