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Real Estate Law

Author : Marianne M. Jennings
ISBN : 9781337027649
Genre : Business & Economics
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Discover the challenges and success found in the law of real estate ownership, transfer, and development as REAL ESTATE LAW, 11E brings the day-to-day transactions of today’s real estate marketplace to life. This practical hands-on study of the laws affecting real property offers lively case selections and clear discussions of the rules and regulations of contemporary real estate. This book’s unique, realistic approach has received significant praise for its ability to teach future and practicing professionals to recognize, prevent, and resolve legal problems. This edition keeps readers actively engaged with the latest changes in the law, new cases, and surprising developments, ranging from endless foreclosures to liability issues for birds landing in one’s buildings. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Real Estate Law

Author : Robert Aalberts
ISBN : 9781111803995
Genre : Business & Economics
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Clear, concise, and current, REAL ESTATE LAW, 7e, delivers the latest information on private and public law transactions. Providing a solid survey of real estate law in a generic--rather than state-specific--format, it combines text, short case summaries, longer teaching cases, and practical applications to help students recognize important issues. Chapters build on each other to tell the story of real estate law. Combining practical legal examples with theory, the text does an excellent job of illustrating the principles of law. In addition, it helps readers recognize when an attorney should be consulted. Continuing to emphasize ethical issues, the new edition integrates coverage of public policy issues that relate to real estate law. Insightful exhibits help students understand key concepts, and an excellent assortment of cases challenges readers to apply legal principles to practical situations. Ideal for majors and non-majors alike, the seventh edition prepares students for the next era in real estate law. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Workers Compensation Practice For Paralegals

Author : Lynne J. DeVenny
ISBN : 1594602646
Genre : Law
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Workers' Compensation Practice for Paralegals is a textbook and practice guide for paralegals and other legal professionals who work in the area of workers' compensation law. The book addresses practical tasks associated with the law office management of workers' compensation cases, including an overview of workers' compensation law, determining compensable claims, evaluating and accepting cases, reviewing and summarizing medical records, investigating claims, obtaining evidence, drafting pleadings and preparing for mediations and hearings. More complex tasks, such as handling catastrophic injuries and death claims, Medicare Set-Aside Arrangements, third party claims and bankrupt defendants, are also discussed. Each chapter includes practice tips to help paralegals become proficient in the practice of workers' compensation law, as well as references to find the most up-to-date information regarding various aspects of workers' compensation practice. Sample documents are included to illustrate the kinds of documents paralegals may draft in a typical private law practice. Workers' Compensation Practice for Paralegals is unique because it is written specifically for paralegals by an attorney/paralegal team with a combination of over thirty years of practice in workers' compensation law. In addition, both authors have experience teaching law students and paralegals in college settings. Recognizing that there are excellent state-specific workers' compensation reference books for workers' compensation practitioners, this book is intended to guide and train paralegal students, paralegals and other legal professionals new to the practice of workers' compensation law. Straightforward and easy to read, it provides its readers with an overview of the essential skills necessary to perform substantive work on any workers' compensation case, as well as the tools to find the information they need to make a significant contribution to a workers' compensation practice, whether it be their own state-specific rules and forms, Medicare's current WCMSA requirements or medical references."

Fundamentals Of General Insurance Actuarial Analysis

Author : Jacqueline Friedland, FCIA, FCAS, MAAA
ISBN : 0975933760
Genre : Business & Economics
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This text introduces the commonly used, basic approaches for reserving and ratemaking in General Insurance. The methods are described through detailed examples that are linked from one chapter to another to illustrate their practical application. Also, professionalism requirements and standards of practice are presented to set the context for the methods and examples.

Negotiating For Success Essential Strategies And Skills

Author : George J. Siedel
ISBN : 9780990367123
Genre : Business & Economics
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We all negotiate on a daily basis. We negotiate with our spouses, children, parents, and friends. We negotiate when we rent an apartment, buy a car, purchase a house, and apply for a job. Your ability to negotiate might even be the most important factor in your career advancement. Negotiation is also the key to business success. No organization can survive without contracts that produce profits. At a strategic level, businesses are concerned with value creation and achieving competitive advantage. But the success of high-level business strategies depends on contracts made with suppliers, customers, and other stakeholders. Contracting capability—the ability to negotiate and perform successful contracts—is the most important function in any organization. This book is designed to help you achieve success in your personal negotiations and in your business transactions. The book is unique in two ways. First, the book not only covers negotiation concepts, but also provides practical actions you can take in future negotiations. This includes a Negotiation Planning Checklist and a completed example of the checklist for your use in future negotiations. The book also includes (1) a tool you can use to assess your negotiation style; (2) examples of “decision trees,” which are useful in calculating your alternatives if your negotiation is unsuccessful; (3) a three-part strategy for increasing your power during negotiations; (4) a practical plan for analyzing your negotiations based on your reservation price, stretch goal, most-likely target, and zone of potential agreement; (5) clear guidelines on ethical standards that apply to negotiations; (6) factors to consider when deciding whether you should negotiate through an agent; (7) psychological tools you can use in negotiations—and traps to avoid when the other side uses them; (8) key elements of contract law that arise during negotiations; and (9) a checklist of factors to use when you evaluate your performance as a negotiator. Second, the book is unique in its holistic approach to the negotiation process. Other books often focus narrowly either on negotiation or on contract law. Furthermore, the books on negotiation tend to focus on what happens at the bargaining table without addressing the performance of an agreement. These books make the mistaken assumption that success is determined by evaluating the negotiation rather than evaluating performance of the agreement. Similarly, the books on contract law tend to focus on the legal requirements for a contract to be valid, thus giving short shrift to the negotiation process that precedes the contract and to the performance that follows. In the real world, the contracting process is not divided into independent phases. What happens during a negotiation has a profound impact on the contract and on the performance that follows. The contract’s legal content should reflect the realities of what happened at the bargaining table and the performance that is to follow. This book, in contrast to others, covers the entire negotiation process in chronological order beginning with your decision to negotiate and continuing through the evaluation of your performance as a negotiator. A business executive in one of the negotiation seminars the author teaches as a University of Michigan professor summarized negotiation as follows: “Life is negotiation!” No one ever stated it better. As a mother with young children and as a company leader, the executive realized that negotiations are pervasive in our personal and business lives. With its emphasis on practical action, and with its chronological, holistic approach, this book provides a roadmap you can use when navigating through your life as a negotiator.

Practical Apartment Management

Author : Edward N. Kelley
ISBN : 9781572031418
Genre : Business & Economics
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Real Estate Law

Author : Robert J. Aalberts
ISBN : 9780840053596
Genre : Business & Economics
File Size : 38. 28 MB
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Clear and concise, REAL ESTATE LAW, 8th Edition combines practical legal examples with theory and case law to illustrate the concepts for business and real estate majors alike. Rather than a state-specific format, the text covers real estate law generally, with discussions, short case summaries, longer teaching cases, exhibits, and practical applications that help students spot the issues and apply legal principles to realistic situations. Chapters build on each other to give students a comprehensive picture of real estate law and help them recognize when to consult an attorney, while integrating important ethical and public policy issues. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.

Techniques Of Archaeological Excavation

Author : Philip Barker
ISBN : 9781134745890
Genre : Social Science
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First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.

Business Law And The Legal Environment

Author : Jethro K. Lieberman
ISBN : 0155055186
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Law Books In Print

Author : Nicholas Triffin
ISBN : 0878020284
Genre : Law
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