Tenants, visitors and vendors who enter upon commercial properties (office buildings, retail centers, apartment communities, industrial buildings, etc.) are entitled to the presumption of safety when traversing public spaces. They should, and do, expect that the owner of that property, by making it accessible to the public, will maintain the property (parking areas, lobbies, hallways, grounds, pools and the walkways that connect these elements) to a reasonable standard of care.
Any thoughtful expert regularly struggles with the desire to offer our hiring attorneys ideas or information that go beyond the scope of the matters on which we were asked to opine. As experts in our field, we often bring a perspective and understanding of the often complex and multi-dimensional issues that go well beyond that of our attorney clients. Some lawyers welcome the broader view we can offer, some actually craft their case around our positions, but some just want to limit us to answering the questions we were asked. Technically our job, after all, is to advocate for our opinion - not to advocate for a specific outcome of the litigation. That said, our value to our client attorneys is enhanced when we help them craft arguments that will win the case.
While it is true that the National Housing Act of 1930 and other acts and organizations sought to both foster and insulate housing from the overall financial marketplaces, such separation is not limitless. No matter how many special authorities, administrative agencies, or segregated financial institutions are created, in order to supply adequate shelter, the financial instrumentation utilized in the housing market is still an integral part of the overall financial marketplace. Ask any American who was born after D Day and they will presume that available and adequately priced shelter is theirs for the asking.
Throughout the country, real estate agents are celebrating the wonders of sending contracts and disclosures to their clients electronically. The paperless transaction has become an admirable and reachable goal with the unintended side effect of increasing risks in real estate transactions.
Much of an individual's success as a real estate broker or salesperson is built on the good reputation he or she develops with buyers, sellers, affiliates and other licensees. Staying on a steady course, however, is not as easy as it seems. In fact, licensees may actually lose business, particularly with sellers who do not want their agent to disclose everything he or she knows about the subject property.
Licensees cannot practice real estate in a vacuum; knowledge of real estate laws, codes of ethics, agency relationships and disclosures all merge together to give them the basis from which they may effectively practice their craft and continue to build competence and confidence.
Why should you invest in Costa Rica by purchasing a piece of property or develop your own real state project? The answer to this question my vary in accordance to each specific case, nevertheless many if not all aspects that motivates your decision are basic; Costa Rica is a small country full of wonders around each corner
If someone offered you a choice between owning and renting, the majority of you would choose own, isn't that correct? Now, if someone offered you a choice between your vacation dollars becoming an asset or a liability, most of you would choose the asset, am I right