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How can Ohio homeowners handle mechanic's liens placed on their property?
How to negotiate repairs that a house inspection turns up.
There are many paths to a U.S. green card, with varying requirements and wait times.
Legal remedies you might have against a New Mexico seller who failed to disclose a known, material home defect.
How land-use laws apply to tiny houses in Washington.
Pros and cons of a permanent foundation versus wheels when constructing a tiny house.
Discovered a home defect that the Ohio seller failed to warn you about? Here are your legal rights.
Rare circumstances under which a trespasser or encroacher in Arkansas can claim legal title to a piece of land.
Squatters, trespassers, and encroachers may, over time and by complying with the statute and paying taxes, gain ownership rights to Florida property.
In rare cases, Colorado law allows people who trespass and encroach on other's land for18 years, reasonably believing it to be their own, to develop an ownership claim to the property.