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Writing Job Descriptions We have all heard about job descriptions. And, we know that having job descriptions sounds like a good idea. What is the purpose of job descriptions?
Landlord Tenant Disputes Over Tenant Installed Property in Washington It is relatively common for a landlord or property manager to ask whether a tenant is allowed to, or must, remove the “fixtures” that the tenant...
Public Contracts and Procurement Regulations in Virginia: Dispute Processes and Resolution The Contract Disputes Act of 1978 ("CDA") governs the submission and resolution of all claims against the Federal Government.
Construction Lien Law in Washington: Liens on Private Projects in Washington State A lien is most beneficial to those companies who do not have privity with the property owner, such as subcontractors and material...
Oklahoma Sales and Use Tax: Sales to Contractors The Sales Tax Code and Use Tax Code (hereinafter collectively “Tax Code”)impose a tax on the end user or consumer of tangible personal property sold in Oklahoma, or...
New York Sales and Use Tax Nexus Sales Tax: New York State imposes a sales tax on retail sales of both tangible personal property as well as certain enumerated services.
New Jersey Sales and Use Tax: Unique Situations and Industries New Jersey taxes sales of tangible personal property, as well as the service of fabricating tangible personal property.
Judgment Enforcement in Illinois: The Citation to Discover Assets A citation is required or the preferred post judgment remedy under the following circumstances: a.
Medicaid and Elder Law in Maryland: Financial Powers of Attorney The Maryland legislature defines a power of attorney as a writing or other record that grants authority to an agent to act in place of the principal.
Texas Drainage and Flood Law Drainage law generally follows property law concepts that emphasize the rights of landowners. Landowners have certain rights and obligations pertaining to both surface water and groundwater.
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