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  • John Macdonald Case Study

    John MacDonald was the son of Alexander MacDonald of Genaladal and Margaret MacDonald of Scotland; John had three siblings Donald, a younger brother, and sisters Helen and Peggy. John, his brother and sisters went to St. John’s Island in May of 1772 aboard the Alexander bringing with them 210 settlers. Things would get harder for the MacDonald’s, John and Donald went off to war leaving Helen in charge of their estate. The situation on St. John’s Island would only become worse with proprietors not paying quitrents and absentee proprietors; the government having to step in which lead to conflicts between the proprietors, landlords, tenants and the government officials. The distance between St. John’s Island and England did not help the conflict,…

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  • The Importance Of House Premises

    13. INSPECTION OF PREMISES. Lessor and Lessor's agents shall have the right at all reasonable times during the term of this Agreement and any renewal thereof to enter the Premises for the purpose of inspecting the Premises and all buildings and improvements thereon. And for the purposes of making any repairs, additions or alterations as may be deemed appropriate by Lessor for the preservation of the Premises or the building. Lessor and its agents shall further have the right to exhibit the…

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  • Definition Essay: What Is Home?

    “What Is Home” What is home? If you look up the definition of the home it would come out to be, Home is a permanent place where one lives. Nevertheless, the definition of a home goes much beyond its visible description. A home is the place where you not only feel comfortable, but the place you look forward to living in every day. It surrounds you with a community that will always be there for you. A home is a place that makes you nostalgic if you are gone for long periods of time. A home is not…

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  • North Carolina Parking Area Lease Case Study

    North Carolina Parking Area Lease Agreement North Carolina Parking Area Lease Agreement is a perfect tool for those on a lookout for a parking space or have unused parking space. Such person can enter into a lease agreement and enjoy benefits of win-win situation. This document is suitable for leasing parking space adjoining to the business or operations of the tenant. The landlord and tenant can terminate this lease agreement only by serving a 30-day notice. This contract template has 7…

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  • House Flippers Insurance

    Homeowner's Insurance For House Flippers: How To Make Sure You're Always Covered Flipping houses can be fast and even easy money if you know what you're doing, but one aspect of the business that often catches these renovating entrepreneurs off guard is insurance. It's a home, so you need coverage, but it's nor really yours to live in, so what's a confused flipper to do? Here's the lowdown on homeowner's insurance for the temporary homeowner: Why Homeowner's Insurance Is Important For House…

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  • An Analysis Of Evicted By Matthew Desmond

    Sherrena (his property owner) to aid in paying his arrears in rental payments. Only to discover later that Sherrena did not believe that he did a ‘good job’ and refused to credit (or credited only a portion) for the work he completed (Desmond, 2016, pp. 14, 26). Formerly a stable and a well-respected person, Lamar’s life changed after discovering cocaine; he became reliant on crack and his life reflected it. His life transformed after losing his legs due to frostbite and his financial…

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  • Leadership Development: A Case Study

    locality. This leads to related increases in rent and property values and changes in the district’s physical character, culture, and demography. The term is often used negatively, particularly in the displacement of poor communities by richer outsiders. However, the process is also seen as a positive sign of development, making way for new investments in buildings, increased economic activity, and, often a decrease in crime (Grant, 2003). Landlord harassment: The process in which building…

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  • Commercial Leasing Case Study

    The key characteristics of the commercial leasing Act 1995 include that a lessor is obligated to provide any potential lessee with a copy of a proposed lease while commencing negotiation. Moreover, a lessor is also required to provide a statement of disclosure before the lease is renewed or entered into. The Act and regulations specifies the motives of a disclosure statement. Landlords are obliged to provide tenants with an annual estimate of the outgoings at the end of the financial year. The…

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  • Intentional Tort

    As a property landlord, committing yourself to delivering excellent service to the tenants is imperative no matter who you are dealing with. Striving to develop a beneficial business association with tenants, maintenance team, staff, as well as potential renters is also very important in order to be successful. In addition to the previously mentioned being well-mannered, pay attention to residents as well as staff, while working with them to resolve any concerns they may have is also…

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  • Case Study: Landlord-Tenant Law

    Landlord-Tenant Law Landlords and tenants both have rights and accountabilities in the development of an ownership agreement. All parties must have a clear understanding of what the lease terms mean to avoid issues. When a property owner and a renter signs on leasing a house, trailer, or etc., many things need to be made clear, including the cost of the payment, the date the rent due, limits on late fees, length of the ownership, if he or she pays for utilities (like gas, electricity, or…

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