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QUERIN LAW: Real Estate Dispute Evaluations

QUERIN LAW: Real Estate Disput

Background. When the real estate market collapsed after bank liquidity froze up, circa 2007-2008, one of the first things that came to a halt was

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Recent HUD Memo RE: Landlord’s Use of Criminal Records Under The Fair Housing Act

Recent HUD Memo RE: Landlord

On April 4, 2016, the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) issued its “Office of General Counsel Guidance on Application of

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Real Estate Mediation in Oregon

Real Estate Mediation in Orego

Background. As most Realtors® know, as well as their clients who have been involved in a real estate dispute, mandatory mediation is usually the

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Realtors® And The Practice of Law

Realtors® And The Practice of

Oregon Broker Duties Regarding the Use of Experts. ORS 696.805(3)(e) and 696.810(3)(e) both state that one of a licensee’s duties is to “To

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Understanding Adverse Possession In Oregon

Understanding Adverse Possessi

Why Boundary Disputes Arise. Over the past several years, it seems that boundary disputes have been on the uptick. One reason for this is that as we

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Landlords Beware! New Rules For Screening Prospective Tenants With Criminal Records

Landlords Beware! New Rules Fo

Background. On April 4, 2016, the U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (“HUD”) issued its “Office of General Counsel Guidance on

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    Website links to all things real estate.

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  • Q-Law Real Estate Articles

    A library of articles on Federal and State real estate issues.

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  • Realtor® Risk Management

    Tips, Traps, and Trends for Oregon Realtors®.

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  • Glossaries

    Two comprehensive research glossaries are available, custom-tailored to the Oregon Real Estate environment.

  • Q-Law FAQs

    The FAQs for this month relate to Oregon judicial and non-judicial foreclosures.

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