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Real estate law refers to the body of rules and legal codes which cover all matters pertaining to real property, from the different manners of acquisition to the varying means for conveyancing, the limiting controls over future use, and other related topics. As private property ownership grows, so does the role of real estate as a major area of business. The articles in this section are all about real estate laws.Displaying 1-9 of 9 result(s).It Is A Rare Developer Who Delivers More Than He Promises – And Chaithanya Is That Rare Developer.Posted by prasadkoppolu. Published on May 01, 2010 Chaithanya is Bangalore’s premier villa developer with over 25 years expertise in developing villas in Bangalore. We build luxury villas in Bangalore, Whitefield. Maintaining Adjoining Property PeacePosted by Joseph Devine. Published on Oct 18, 2009 Whether you live in the city or country, a house or an apartment, a ranch or a condo, you will always have neighbors, no matter how far away they might be. While many people become great friends with their neighbors, living on adjoining properties can also come with its fair share of trials and tribulations. Here are some tips to keep the peace between you and your neighbor. Real Estate Rezoning Allows For GrowthPosted by Billings Farnsworth. Published on Aug 14, 2009 There are many behind the scenes legal issues to consider when changing a property status from residential to commercial use. City planners and councils rely on the expertise of real estate lawyers to legally transact the switch between zoning variances. Many towns and cities are benefiting by rezoning from over crowded traffic in residential areas to commercial offers for business professional to establish offices in houses that once belonged to families. What Do Real Estate Lawyers Do For You?Posted by Billings Farnsworth. Published on Aug 10, 2009 Because this world and especially the American society are so complex and legally run, there are lawyers for just about anything. When you are buying or selling a home, there are real estate lawyers out there who can help you make sure that you are doing everything legally and by the law so that there is no way you can get trampled over or sued during the process. Here are just a few things that real estate lawyers do for you. What Is Conveyancing?Posted by Eddie J Bent. Published on Jul 20, 2009 Conveyancing is very simply, the transfer of property from one entity to another; however, with today’s laws, there’s nothing simple about it. A rather complicated process, conveyancing requires the use of a solicitor or licensed conveyancer. Why Should I Hire An Attorney To Help Me Buy Or Sell My Home?Posted by Peter Roach. Published on May 13, 2009 The risk of not hiring an experienced Real Estate Attorney can cost a buyer/seller thousands if not tens of thousands of dollars. Since the purchase or sale of your home may well be your most significant financial transaction, you should not be penny wise, pound foolish. Buying Real-estate In Thailand In Your Thai Spouse’s NamePosted by Robert Spelde. Published on Apr 04, 2009 In many legal systems in the world the real property would become a joint or matrimonial property during marriage and many foreigners investing in Thai real estate in their Thai spouse’s name assume they have a claim towards the property. Unfortunately, Thai law requires that the land (in practice often land and house will be registered in the Thai spouse’s name) becomes a personal property of the Thai national during marriage and not a common property between husband and wife (irrespective if you are married under Thai or foreign law). Thai law does not allow foreigners to have any claim of ownership or management of land in Thailand. Buying Land In ThailandPosted by Dennis Ramm. Published on Mar 19, 2009 Are you interested in buying land in Thailand? Did you know that foreigners are not allowed to own land in their own name? You will learn that it is still possible to own real estate in Thailand by signing a lease agreement or placing the Thai property under a Thai Company Limited. What Happens At The Court Hearing? Information About Rhode Island Landlord-tenant Law & EvictionsPosted by Joshua Slepkow. Published on Nov 14, 2008 An explanation of the typical court process for an eviction hearing. The information is provided by a Rhode Island Landlord/Tenant attorney. Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.