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Alternative dispute resolution works for business disputes

If you're running a business, there's a chance you've run into disputes in the past and may do so again in the future. Fortunately, there are ways to keep your disputes out of court, so you can save time and money.

Can you mediate a problem after buying a home?

You purchased a home, and now you're in shock at what you've found. Even though you had a survey of the land and home, there is mold everywhere in the basement and the foundation has cracked. You think the seller hid some of the concerns, and in the time it took to complete the sale, the house has suffered some major damage.

Adverse possession can lead to home ownership at a low cost

Even in New York, there are properties that are abandoned. These properties may be inhabited by individuals who publicly move in without paying. People who do this may eventually take possession of the property through adverse possession laws.

What should you ask about renting commercially?

When you decide you want to rent commercial property, there are many different things to consider. One of the most important to you may be the square footage. You want to have enough room for your business to grow and thrive, and you also want it at a fair price. When you look into buildings with the square footage you want, ask how the landlord measures. Some measure from inside the room, while others measure from outside the main walls. Those few inches add up, so look for value based on that knowledge.

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