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invalid question on fixyas website.

Real Estate Law | Answered 18 hours ago


since this is a repair help website who knows??

Real Estate Law | Answered 3 days ago


Yes, it sounds like he shouldn't be in there, but the courts send people to prison, the warden just looks after them. The court needs to issue an order for his release. because the decision was taken not to prosecute. He was on parole, he was charged, they put him back in prison, they decided not to prosecute, he should be released. I would phone the court that sent him to prison for the parole violation. I would speak to the public prosecutor, not his defender.

Nolle prossed legal definition of Nolle prossed

https://legal-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/Nolle+prossed
nolle prosequi. (no-lay pro-say-kwee) n. Latin for "we shall no longer prosecute," which is a declaration made to the judge by a prosecutor in a criminal case (or by a plaintiff in a civil lawsuit) either before or during trial, meaning the case against the defendant is being dropped.

What's the difference between nolle prosequi and dismissal of charges ...

https://www.nolo.com/.../whats-the-difference-between-nolle-prosequi-dismissal-charg... Nolle prosequi is a Latin phrase meaning "will no longer prosecute" or a variation on the same. It amounts to a dismissal of charges by the prosecution. Some states, like New York, for example, don't use the phrase. Rather, they simply use the term dismissal.

Real Estate Law | Answered on Feb 11, 2018


Hello, Rwbemp -

So, you and the timeshare are in South Africa.

Following the timeshare rules and regulations, are you able to rent the unit during your timeshare period?

If you do not live close to the timeshare, there may be a rental management agency in the same location of the timeshare with which you can contract to lease the timeshare for the period you have assigned for use. Note: Most rental management businesses take a percentage of the rental fee as their payment.

You would need to have a legal lease agreement drawn up, for one thing.

If you are allowed to rent the timeshare unit, you may also wish to do so through Air BnB, if you wish:
https://www.airbnb.com/s/South-Africa
See the information on Hosting at the bottom right of the page.

Best wishes.

Real Estate Law | Answered on Jan 26, 2018


Off-plan sales have increased in Dubai, with property prices in some areas falling to 2013 lows, attracting new buyers who would otherwise have been priced out. A mortgage cap brought in by the Central Bank, meaning that expats are obliged to pay at least a 25% deposit and 7% transaction costs, could be the reason for the recent market changes in Dubai, some experts believe.

If you are looking to buy new property in Dubai, this is the right time to do it.

Real Estate Law | Answered on Jan 25, 2018


"The Rental Housing Act [No.50 of 1999] provides for the establishment of Rental Housing Tribunals in all provinces of South Africa and grants them the authority to settle disputes between tenants and landlords. So far only three of the nine provinces have created housing tribunals, Gauteng, Western Cape, and North West.
Rental Housing Tribunals use the same procedures as a Labor Court and give rulings with the same power as those of a magistrate's court. The tribunal has 30 days to help the parties reach a solution. If any party is not satisfied with the proceedings of the tribunal, he may take the case to the High Court."

Pro landlord laws

Real Estate Law | Answered on Dec 05, 2017


It depends on whose property the alley is located. Many alleys in smaller towns and less-regulated cities are located on one or the other of the adjoining properties, and there may or may not be an easement to guarantee access. You'll need to consult your local planning authority for guidance.

Real Estate Law | Answered on Dec 02, 2017


You can contact a property dealer for this purpose. He will take care of the law and paperwork required for this purpose. You can advertise this on your own and take care of everything by yourself.

Real Estate Law | Answered on Oct 19, 2017

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Mainly, an appraiser is paid a level cost for an evaluation record. An appraiser should service several tasks because he or she could not depend upon one task just. It is additionally feasible that there is a clash of consultation days which could contribute to the hold-ups in a record. There are no backup charges that are paid because of hold-ups due to various other individuals. For this reason, hold-ups could constantly develop a vicious circle of even more hold-ups.

Property dealing generally requires time as well as requires a great deal of perseverance. by Angus Reed

on Mar 17, 2017 | Real Estate Law

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