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Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP announce that the Brothers of a Burn Victim have Sued a Mobile Home Park Owner for the Death of their Sister

Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP announces that a Burn Victim Died After a 65 Day Fight for Her Life and Brothers Sued Landowners.

Plaintiff Claimed Hotel Failed to protect Concrete Walkway

Attorneys Alex Galindo and Richard Wynn with Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP Announces Orange County Jury Awards $1,600,000 in Personal Injury Claim in the matter entitled Khuong Nguyen v. Peninsula Hotel Management, LLC dba Ramada Plaza Hotel and Dzung Truong, Orange County Superior Court Case No. 30-2010-00387330.

When It Comes to Contracts, Is Coronavirus a 'Force Majeure'?

Dealing with the current situation is hard enough on ourselves and our loved ones. But what if you entered into a contract, or are a landlord or tenant facing difficult uncertain times? Can you get out of the contract? Can your tenant? Can a seller or buyer? The question is, when It Comes to Contracts, is Coronavirus a 'Force Majeure'?

Nevada Law Allows Redemption After HOA Foreclosure Sale

Nevada has added a right of a homeowner to redeem their property after an HOA lien sale.

Nevada Governor Halts Evictions Due to Corona Virus

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has halted evictions statewide and is encouraging homeowners and landlords to seek mortgage deferrals.

NAI Miami Commercial Real Estate Services, Worldwide, Prevailed Over Claims

Ehrenstein | Sager client, NAI Miami Commercial Real Estate Services, Worldwide, prevailed over claims brought by a former agent

How Does Your Florida Homestead Exemption Protect You From Creditors?

This article examines the protection that a Florida Homestead offers against creditor claims. It discusses which types of judgments and claims can cloud the title of a Florida Homestead property.

Shared Alleys and Atlanta Intown Living:

The influx of new homeowners into historic urban neighborhoods has created a resurgence of use of the original alleyway system. Use rights have therefore become a hot-button issue among the new "urban pioneers", Unfortunately, as the law on the matter remains convoluted, resolution of individual situations remains fact dependent.

Pitfalls for the Unwary Practitioner: Signed, Sealed and Delivered – Still the Law in North Carolina,

David T. Buckingham, Pitfalls for the Unwary Practitioner: Signed, Sealed and Delivered – Still the Law in North Carolina, Real Property, Vol. 15, No. 3, April, 1994, Newsletter of the Real Property Section of the North Carolina Bar Association

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