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Real Estate – Buildable Lots

Do you have an oversize lot, or more than one lot? Many homeowners do. To landowners’ dismay, two lots can become one lot if zoning laws change, to increase the minimum lot size in your town or city. Many people view that extra lot as a nest egg that could be sold for retirement or [...]

2017-08-29T11:02:46+00:00Categories: Real Estate Law|

Are Repairs by a Tenant a Good Idea?

Many commercial landlords place the obligation to make repairs on the tenant, especially in single tenant properties. However, Massachusetts’ highest court ruled there are dangers in doing so. Even if the lease requires the tenant to perform repairs, a landlord can be liable for damages caused by unsafe conditions. What to do if you are [...]

2017-08-29T11:02:47+00:00Categories: Real Estate Law|