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State of North Carolina Handrail Requirements

by: Jessica Zimmer

Building codes are put in place for safety reasons, but many do not realize that these codes govern just about everything in a building. Gas lines and electrical work must meet stringent requirements, but even something as small as a handrail must ...
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Real Estate Laws for Lifetime Rights to Land in North Carolina

by Jessica Zimmer

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Joint Tenancy & the Right of Survivorship in New York State Law

by Michelle Nati

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North Carolina Gold Prospecting Laws

by Jessica Zimmer

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Rules on Fire Pits in New Jersey

by: Teo Spengler

As a roaring fire is a comforting presence on a cold winter night, so too is a crackling blaze from a fire pit on a cool spring evening. Enjoying the beauty of the outdoors while benefiting from the light and heat of the flames gives pleasure to ...
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How to Evict a Tenant in New Mexico

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New York City Parking Rules and Hydrants

In New York City, as in many areas nationwide, you are prohibited from blocking fire hydrants – you cannot stand, stop or park within 15 feet away of ...

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How to Create a Homestead in Washoe County, Nevada

by: Teo Spengler

The Washoe County, Nevada, homestead exemption protects homeowners up to $350,000. This means homeowners with judgments filed against them cannot be forced to sell their home to pay the debt. If a home is worth more than $350,000, a sale is ...
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How to Transfer Property to a Relative in Minnesota

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How to Find a Sheriff's Deed in Michigan

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