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Laying Down the Law: Personal Representatives Must Disclose Their Capacity in Purchase Contracts

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Christopher J. Charles, Esq. & Brian L. Eastin Founder/Managing Partner & Attorney, Provident Law Personal Representatives are required to perform a myriad of duties in administering a decedent’s estate. These… Read more

Helping Clients Identify Blind Spots

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Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Founder & Partner, Provident Law     Successful REALTORS® understand that satisfied clients are the best sources for referrals.  Delivering unexpected value to buyers and sellers… Read more

Deciphering Adverse Possession

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Christopher J. Charles, Esq. and Philip A. Overcash, Esq. Attorneys, Provident Law Legal disputes over property can take various forms. In most cases in which such disputes arise, especially with… Read more

Choosing the Correct Business Entity

Laying Down the Law

  Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Partner, Provident Law    Co-writer Andy Anderson, Esq.            Attorney, Provident Law              Societies have conceived… Read more

How To Transfer Title With The Beneficiary Deed

Laying Down the Law

    By Christopher J. Charles, Esq. and Bryan Eastin The intersection of real estate law and estate planning can often produce some interesting results. The decision in the Estate… Read more

SLANDER OF TITLE = STRICT LIABILITY

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles Founder and Managing Partner, Provident Law   One of the chief hallmarks of America’s jurisprudence is our careful protections and respect for one another’s individual property rights. … Read more

FOREIGN SELLERS BEWARE: Why FIRPTA Matters Again

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Founder and Managing Partner, Provident Law Anytime a foreign investor sells real estate in America, FIRPTA1 is triggered and the buyer/escrow agent is required to withhold… Read more

THE PACA TRUST

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Founder, Provident Law   Imagine you loan $1,000,000 to a third party concerning the purchase of a commercial property and you secure the loan with a… Read more

Specific Performance

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Founder and Managing Partner, Provident Law   Attorney Christopher Charles recently achieved a noteworthy victory for his real estate client in a purchase contract dispute where… Read more

Civil Remedies and the Commercial Lease

Laying Down the Law

Christopher J. Charles, Esq. Founder, Provident Law   Just like the ancient feudal lords, commercial landlords today have considerable rights and remedies if a tenant defaults. Two chief examples include… Read more

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