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Real Cases in Real Estate by Andrea Lee Negroni, Esq. – Nov. 9th Update
Posted on 7 Nov 2010 by Andrea Lee Negroni

Real Cases in Real Estate is a weekly update on real estate law, with legal principles illustrated and explained by lawsuits from around the country. The topics are wide-ranging for appeal to a broad spectrum of readers including lawyers, homeowners... Read More

CA court imposes duty upon seller’s broker to disclose to buyer that property is so over-encumbered that clear title cannot be conveyed for the price: Holmes v. Summer (10/6/2010)
Posted on 2 Nov 2010 by LexisNexis Real Estate Law Community Staff

A California appellate court recently determined that a seller's real estate brokers were obligated to disclose to the home buyers that there was a substantial risk that the seller could not transfer title free and clear of monetary liens and ... Read More

Real Cases in Real Estate by Andrea Lee Negroni, Esq. – Aug. 23rd Update
Posted on 22 Aug 2010 by Andrea Lee Negroni

By Andrea Lee Negroni, Esq. BuckleySandler LLP alnegroni@buckleysandler.com Real Cases in Real Estate is a weekly update on real estate law, with legal principles illustrated and explained by lawsuits from around the country. The topics are... Read More

Real Cases in Real Estate by Andrea Lee Negroni, Esq. and Kendra Kinnaird, Esq. – Sept. 13th Update
Posted on 12 Sep 2010 by Andrea Lee Negroni

REAL CASES IN REAL ESTATE By Andrea Lee Negroni and Kendra Kinnaird BuckleySandler LLP alnegroni@buckleysandler.com Real Cases in Real Estate is a weekly update on real estate law, with legal principles illustrated and explained... Read More

Real Cases in Real Estate By Andrea Lee Negroni, Esq. – February 3rd, 2012 Update
Posted on 3 Feb 2012 by Andrea Lee Negroni

Real Cases in Real Estate is a weekly update on real estate law, with legal principles illustrated and explained by lawsuits from around the country. The topics are wide-ranging for appeal to a broad spectrum of readers including lawyers, homeowners... Read More

Asking “Where Are You From?” Results In $60,000 Rental Discrimination Penalty
Posted on 25 Mar 2014 by Vetstein Law Group, P.C.

Innocent Small Talk Apparently Illegal, According to Boston Fair Housing Commission. The seemingly innocent question posed by a Boston rental agent to Gladys Linder when they were searching for an apartment was “Where are you from?”... Read More