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Considering a Law Career; real estate Law?

A:  Get your law degree then look into the different possibilities. Why don''t you become a developer? Law is gay. To practice the type of law you want to do, you will have to go to a great law school and graduate in the top 10% of your class, and maybe you will have a shot. The odds are stacked against you. As an example, one time there was a real estate law job advertised I really wanted. I had the right everything, which is rare because unlike being a dentist or a doctor most law ads don''t say looking for a lawyer, they are pretty specialized because no one wants to invest in training you. I was called into interview twice. The hiring manager and I clicked. He told me that for this one position that 100 attorneys...

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real estate law and Atty malpractice

A:  Hello Michael, thanks for writing here at AllExperts.com I am sorry to hear this has happened to you. What can you do legally? I suggest that if you have a service contract signed between you and your attorney, you can revoke this contract for his failure to timely comply with the terms, and in the other side you can civilly suit to force its compliance or get your money back for the paid and not rendered services. I would be glad to help if you want, eventhough my office is in north Baja. My email is lara_miranda@hotmail.com or you can reach me by phone at my location in San Diego, CA, USA. Regards, Lic. Lara Miranda...

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real estate law question?

A:  No it is not. Do you have a signed contract from the bank accepting the counter offer? No Till you have that you have no deal The bank has no obligation to take a sale where they lose money. No, no laws are being broken. The homeowner should be responsible, they are the ones the bank gave the money to....

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real estate law

A:  二手房屋交易如何办理过户登记? 一、办理过户登记手续的条件: 持有房地产证的房屋出售,交易当事人应当签订书面合同,并申报成交价格,到市房地产 交易中心申请办理交易过户和登记手续,购房者领取房地产证。 2、若属抵押(按揭)购房,在办理交易过户同时办理抵押登记,核发《房地产他项权利证》给银行。 二、二手房办理交易需要缴交的资料 (1)广州市房地产证买卖登记申请表 (2)广州市房地产买卖合同 (3)房屋买卖征询意见通知(房屋属共同共有或出租或房改房的) (4)房地产证(如两人以上共有,提交共有证) (5)测绘分户图(按申请户数) (6)买卖双方身份证明 (7)解困房买卖合同(属解困房) (8)地价评估答复书(未办土地有偿出让手续的房地产) 出售或购房一方属单位者,还须提供以下资料: (1)营业执照复印件 (2)法定代表人授权委托书 (3)法定代表人和代理人身份证明 (4)有关部门同意出售或购买的证明...

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How can I get into real estate law?

A:  I should think taking CLE classes would help. Can't imagine the real estate section of your local bar association would mind if you wanted to join, and you might be able to find a mentor. Here's the info on the chairs: real Property Law Section John F. Bannon, Co-Chair Attorney at Law 1750 Kettner Blvd., Suite 306 San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 702-7024; fax (619) 702-2549 jfblaw@sbcglobal.net Duane S. Horning, Co-Chair California Business Law Group, PC 600 West Broadway, Suite 930 San Diego, CA 92101 (619) 325-1555; fax (619) 325-1559 dhorning@cblg.biz I take it your firm doesn't handle the type of real estate work you're interested in? Perhaps you may...

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Know anything about real estate laws/tenant rights??

A:  I''m not sure about California, but where I am, the landlord has to give you notice before they can kick you out. Try this site:http://www.landlord.com/lawresoverview.htm I am assuming that the fees to rent the condo are up to date and there is no repairs to be made. California has tenant landlord book online I think she goofed-up. In california a landlord is required to let you know in writing 30 prior to the end of the lease that they do not intend to renew it. If not, the lease automatically goes to a month to month....

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NJ real estate Law regarding Offer and Deposit?

A:  Why don't you ask for written verification of their refusal? "In NJ, is it a law that the listing agent must submit all written offers" I seriously doubt that it's a "law" anywhere. It's more likely that the listing agent called the seller, relayed the offer, and the seller refused to respond to it. The seller is not obligated to "respond" to anything. "and if so, how do I know if she even contacted the sellers? How do I know if the listing agent ever presented our offer to the sellers?" It's also possible that the seller instructed his realtor not to even...

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A career in real estate Law

A:  You need a degree in Law. I suggest you do some research in the library of your school or talk to your career guidance dept. to answer questions 3-7 which are very subjective and might vary in different parts of the country. Or, contact a law school in your area. You might also talk to a local attorney who might be able to mentor you....

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Grandmother has been swindled

A:  i dont know anything about this.. but i can say this much.. get urself a good lawyer.. and gather every little detail and dirt and bad thing u can dig up.. i know that something can be done. they always try to take advantage of clueless people.. hope all goes well..! I would check for elder support groups in your area. While hiring an attorney is a good idea, it might be cost prohibitive in this case. Frankly, its not a given that your grandmother was taken advantage of. You do need to get an appraisal of the property at the time it was sold. Contact a professional residential appraiser for this. It should only cost a few hundred dollars. But the difference could be reasonable. Maybe the house needed work that the real estate company...

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Obvious Plumbling Flaw not disclosed on sellers Disclosure

A:  1. Depends on the wording of your sale agreement, If you signed off on the home inspection, there is normally little you can do. 2. If the electric was not on, or on long enough to have hot water, and it was a minor issue he may have not noticed. Some things get missed even in a home inspection. 3. Normally there is a access point to the tub plubing from the opposite wall , and it should be a minor thing to change it. And after living there 3 months I doubt there is little you can do. This is just something from my personal experience to think about. If you have the kind of knob I''m thinking about (one big knob that goes from cold on one side to hot on the other... is there a separate control for how strong the flow is?)... I had a shower like that once. And, like you, the hot was...