Transfer of Title

Four Factors to Consider when Gifting Property to Family Members

May 1, 2014

(Australian Law) The decision to gift your property to family members is a generous one, and you probably have the best of intentions. However, have you considered the possible negative events that could happen as a result of your gift? Transferring your valuable assets to an irresponsible family member could damage the value of your […]

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August 22, 2013

TITLE DEEDS IN SPANISH LAW The Title Deeds in Spanish Law                                    The Deeds are a public document notarized. In our law there are very few cases in which the deed is mandatory. There applies a general principle of freedom of form, but although the Deed is not required to grant a sale itself is very desirable […]

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How to Divide a Home in a Divorce

January 16, 2013

The process of getting a divorce in the US can be extremely long and complicated. Deciding who gets the family home is just one of the many difficult decisions that couples are required to make when they separate. In many divorce cases, the home is the most valuable asset. Additionally, the mortgage is usually the […]

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Dealing with Property Boundary Disputes

August 16, 2012

Introduction Boundary disputes can be a horrible affair. Often they can ruin friendships with neighbours and cause undue stress over the smallest amounts of land. Below we’ve listed some pointers that may help you to quickly resolve such a dispute. Where there is uncertainty there are often Boundary Disputes, and these can require legal advice […]

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What Are Your Legal Rights in a Car Title Loan? (US Law)

June 26, 2012

Using a car title loan can be an easy way to get the money you need when you are in a financial jam. If you are thinking about requesting a title loan, you need to make sure that you understand your legal rights as a borrower. As with any type of loan, car title loans […]

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