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Superiority Of Remediation Liens: A Cure To The Virus Of Blight, Marilyn Uzdavines Jan 2016

Superiority Of Remediation Liens: A Cure To The Virus Of Blight, Marilyn Uzdavines

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Blight in a neighborhood is like a virus that spreads throughout the community. If left unchecked, that virus will destroy the community. In cities like Detroit, the spread of blight has ruined the economy and led to a dramatic plunge in population and the underfunding of city services. Blighted communities have transformed into vast swathes of abandoned properties that attract crime and create hazardous conditions to anyone who dares to remain in them. Although cities like Detroit have received exceptional media attention due to their overwhelming problems, blight continues to affect Detroit and communities in many states across the United …


Comments: Equitable Subrogation In Maryland Mortgages And The Restatement Of Property: A Historical Analysis For Contemporary Solutions, Gregg H. Mosson Jan 2012

Comments: Equitable Subrogation In Maryland Mortgages And The Restatement Of Property: A Historical Analysis For Contemporary Solutions, Gregg H. Mosson

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"Property And Law Are Born And Must Die Together"': The Honorable Dale R. Cathell's Philosophy Of Individual Property Rights And The Government In The Court Of Appeals And The Court Of Special Appeals, 1989-2007, Lynne A. Battaglia Jan 2007

"Property And Law Are Born And Must Die Together"': The Honorable Dale R. Cathell's Philosophy Of Individual Property Rights And The Government In The Court Of Appeals And The Court Of Special Appeals, 1989-2007, Lynne A. Battaglia

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Notes: When A Contract For The Purchase Of Land Is Executed Prior To The Initiation Of A Suit Involving The Propertys Title, Lis Pendens May Be Precluded From Affecting The Purchaser's Interest Under The Doctrine Of Equitable Conversion. Deshields V. Broadwater, 338 Md. 422, 659 A.2d 300 (1995), Christopher J. Marchand Jan 1996

Notes: When A Contract For The Purchase Of Land Is Executed Prior To The Initiation Of A Suit Involving The Propertys Title, Lis Pendens May Be Precluded From Affecting The Purchaser's Interest Under The Doctrine Of Equitable Conversion. Deshields V. Broadwater, 338 Md. 422, 659 A.2d 300 (1995), Christopher J. Marchand

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Notes: Commercial Law — Consumer Protection Act — Landlord-Tenant — Remedies — Private Action By Tenant Under Maryland's Consumer Protection Act Requires Demonstration Of Actual Loss Or Injury, I.E., Diminution In Rental Value, In Order To Justify Restitutionary Award Of Rents Paid For The Lease Of Unlicensed Residential Property. Citaramanis V. Hallowell, 328 Md. 142, 613 A.2d 964 (1992), Michael B. Macwilliams Jan 1993

Notes: Commercial Law — Consumer Protection Act — Landlord-Tenant — Remedies — Private Action By Tenant Under Maryland's Consumer Protection Act Requires Demonstration Of Actual Loss Or Injury, I.E., Diminution In Rental Value, In Order To Justify Restitutionary Award Of Rents Paid For The Lease Of Unlicensed Residential Property. Citaramanis V. Hallowell, 328 Md. 142, 613 A.2d 964 (1992), Michael B. Macwilliams

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Comments: The Continued Expansion Of The Public Use Requirement In Eminent Domain, Jonathan Neal Portner Jan 1988

Comments: The Continued Expansion Of The Public Use Requirement In Eminent Domain, Jonathan Neal Portner

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