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Featured Legal Articles:
Foreclosure is the equitable proceeding in which a bank or secured creditor sells or repossesses a parcel of real property (due to the owner's failure to comply with an agreement between the lender and borrower called a mortgage or deed of trust. Click to read more ...
A couple is legally separated only if the couple has successfully petitioned a court to recognize their separation; living apart does not constitute separation for these purposes. Click to read more ...
A power of attorney or letter of attorney in common law systems or mandate in civil law systems is an authorization to act on someone else's behalf in a legal or business matter. Click to read more ...
Eviction refers to the removal of a tenant from rental property by the landlord. In legal terms, it is also known as unlawful detainer, summary possession, forcible detainer, ejectment, or repossession, depending on the laws of the jurisdiction. Click to read more ...
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A Guide To Disability Rights Laws
About Identity Theft
Auto Service Contracts
Bankruptcy In Canada
Bankruptcy In The United States
Beyond The Statute of Limitation: Time-Barred Debts
Billed For Merchandise You Never Received? Here's What To Do
Charge-offs: How It Relates to Consumers and Steps to Prevent It
Cohabitation: Living Together and Life Partners
Consumer Financial Rights
Cosigning a Loan
Defend: Recover From Identity Theft
Deficiency Judgment (On Foreclosure Sale)
Do-It-Yourself Debt Settlement & Debt Settlement Kit
FAQ Relating To Debt Cancellation and Foreclosure
Guide To The New Bankruptcy Laws
Guide to Understanding A Deed In Lieu of Foreclosure
Guide to Understaing A Last Will and Testament
Guide to Understanding Common Law
Guide to Understanding Conditional Sales
Guide to Understanding Contracts
Guide to Understanding Creditor's Rights
Guide to Understanding Deeds
Guide to Understanding Divorce
Guide to Understanding Foreclosure
Guide to Understanding General Partnerships
Guide to Understanding Grant Deeds
Guide To Understanding Intangible Property
Guide to Understanding Land Contracts
Guide to Understanding Incorporation
Guide To Understanding Land Ownership and Tenure
Guide to Understanding Lease Purchase Contracts
Guide to Understanding Leasing
Guide to Understanding Legal Separation
Guide to Understanding Limited Liability Companies
Guide to Understanding Living Trusts
Guide to Understaning Prenuptial Agreements
Guide to Understanding Probate
Guide to Understanding Promissory Notes
Guide to Understanding Quitclaim Deeds
Guide To Understanding Real Estate Contracts
Guide to Understanding Rental Agreements
Guide to Understanding Renting
Guide to Understanding Straw Deeds
Guide to Understanding Tangible Property
Guide to Understanding Tenant Rights
Guide to Understanding The Eviction Process
Guide to Understanding The New Bankruptcy Law (BAPCPA)
Guide to Understanding The Power of Attorney
Guide to Understanding The Term "Constructive Possession"
Guide to Understanding The Term "Covenant"
Guide to Understanding The Term "Fee Simple"
Guide to Understanding The Term "Jurisdiction"
Guide to Understanding The Term "Mechanics Lien"
Guide to Understanding The Right of Possession
Guide to Understanding The Term "Title"
Guide to Understanding Trusts and Estates
Guide to Understanding Trust Instrument (Deed of Trust)
Guide to Understanding Warranty Deeds
Handbook On Child Support Enforcement
How To Right A Wrong (With Sample Complaint Letter)
Identity Crisis... What to Do If Your Identity Is Stolen
Insolvency: What It Means To Be Insolvent
Legal Forms, Documents and Agreements
Paying Final Respects: Your Rights When Buying Funeral Goods
Planning Your Estate
Privacy Choices For Your Personal Financial Information
Real Estate Settlement Procedures Act
Sample Complaint Letter
Selling Your House: For Sale By Owner (FSBO)
Small Claims Court
Standard Legal's Do-It-Yourself Software Kits
The Cooling-Off Rule
The Fair Debt Collection Practices Act
Truth In Leasing
Unsolicited Mail & Telemarketing: Where To Go To "Just Say No"
What is an Offer in Compromise
What is Personal Property?
What Is Pretexting? It Has To Do With Identity Theft?
What is Real Property?
You Make the Call: The FTC's Telemarketing Sales Rule
Your Right To Federal Records: Questions and Answers
900 Numbers: FTC Rule Helps Consumers
United States Code: Title 11, Chapter 15: Jurisdiction Issues
United States Code: Title 12: Banks and Banking
United States Code: Title 15: Chapter 41: Credit Protectiom
United States Code: Title 26: Internal Revenue Code
United States Code: The Complete Text of the United States Code