Law Office of James Kaklamanos
374 Main St. Nashua, NH 03060
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How a Subcontractor without Lien Rights Can Still Recover from the Owner
Is It Okay to Release the Earnest Money before Close of Escrow?
Be Careful When Giving Your Debtor a Break
Why You Should Avoid Giving Rights of First Refusal
Don't Like Your Zoning? Get a Variance!
The Power of Attorney: Dangerous but Useful
Is It Really Necessary to Have This Document Notarized?
Back Taxes Can Pile Up without Your Knowledge
What to Do When Joint Owners Can't Agree
When Can You Sue over a Bad Zoning Decision?
What Happens to Title after a Foreclosure Sale for Back Taxes?
The BOMA Standard Revisited: What It Is, How It Works, and How It Has Changed
Lease/Option Agreements: How to Make Sure Your Option to Purchase Is Not an Illusion
Double Notice Required to Foreclose Deed of Trust
Why a 99-Year Lease?
Downzoning Is Legal, within Limits -- and It's Gaining Popularity
Federal Anti-Pollution Laws Dealing with Wetlands and Waterways Can Provide Stiff Penalties for Altering Dry Washes
When to Hire a Lawyer (and If You Do, Don't Tie His/Her Hands behind Their Back)
What Happens When Escrow Money Disappears?
Can You Rely on Your Loan Commitment Letter?
Landlord Can Take a Hit When Lease Voluntarily Terminated If Space Has Been Subleased
When Is a Landlord Liable for a Nuisance or Harm Caused by His Tenant?
Did Your Tenant Miss His Rent? Don't Terminate His Lease!
When to Quitclaim and When Not to Quitclaim
Don't Rely on the "Innocent Purchaser" Defense against Environmental Liability Claims
A Common Mistake Can Cost You Your Lease
Releasing Property from a Mortgage or Deed of Trust
Can the Landlord Collect Rent If the Tenant Abandons the Lease?
How to Order a Survey
When Can the Government Zone Away Your Property Rights?
Amending a Lease? Don’t Forget the Guarantor!
When Can an Existing Mortgage Be Assumed?
Obscure Loan Provision Can Have a Big Effect on Liability
Consider a Tax-Free Exchange When Selling (or Even When Buying)
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