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You need to know - What is a tenancy at will?

A tenancy at will (also known as an estate at will) is a nonfreehold estate where the tenant has possession of the property by agreement with the landlord but has no specific time limit for the tenancy… 38 more words

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How the Loss of Property Rights Caused Zimbabwe’s Collapse -Is SA following ?

For many years, Zimbabwe was known as the “jewel” of Africa. Rich in raw materials and productive farmland, it grew enough food to feed its people and export the rest. 1,903 more words

Politics

Video abstract - Katie Wells talks about "A Housing Crisis, a Failed Law, and a Property Conflict: The US Urban Speculation Tax"

Forthcoming in Antipode 47(4) in September 2015, and available online now, Katie Wells’ “A Housing Crisis, a Failed Law, and a Property Conflict: The US Urban Speculation Tax” is a fine contribution to the journal’s growing collection of papers* on property rights, racial politics, housing markets and urban policy. 503 more words

Neoliberalism

Comparing Homeowners' Associations to Local Government: Who's in control, and how do we vote?

This blog series, Are Homeowner and Condo Associations Mini-Governments? will compare the typical governance structure of HOAs (using the term generically) to our local governments, as guided by the principles of our Constitutional Republic. 552 more words

HOA

Irish same-sex marriage vote is primarily about liberty

A referendum on same-sex marriage will be held in Ireland on Friday, which means Ireland could become the first country in the world to pass marriage equality by a national vote.  503 more words

Society

You need to know - What is a tenancy by the entireties?

A tenancy by the entireties (also known as an estate by the entireties) is a fee simple estate for a husband and wife

The marriage is considered the owner of the property and each spouse has the right of survivorship… 64 more words

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