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Blog Posts in 2015

Local Veterans Benefit From MontCo Photo ID Program

In the spring of 2012, Montgomery County Recorder of Deeds, Nancy Becker, decided to implement a program to honor our local veterans. The Veteran Photo ID Discount Program has been an unqualified ...
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More Relief From Telemarketers

Under the federal Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA), businesses are prohibited from making any telephone calls to a residential telephone number using a prerecorded or artificial voice, without ...
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TRID Takes Traction This Summer

Real estate mortgage loans and settlement procedures will change, beginning August 1, 2015. Kiss the HUD-1 goodbye. In fact, kiss all current residential mortgage and real estate settlement forms ...
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Montgomery County Institutes Mortgage Foreclosure Diversion Program

A few years ago, then PA Supreme Court Chief Justice Ronald Castille called on county courts to establish mortgage foreclosure diversion programs. His call to action was prompted by the explosion in ...
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New PA Entity Transactions Law Effective July 1, 2015

For decades, if the decision-makers of a Pennsylvania business entity wished to change the structure of that entity, the only way they could do so would be to dissolve the existing entity and to form ...
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Register in a Different State to Protect Your Rights

I can see the look on my client's face when I recommend that, if the client plans to do business in another state, he or she should register the company to do business in that state. The ...
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Who Should Pay When a Shareholder Sues the Corporation?

Why do so many attorneys and professional advisors recommend forming "Delaware corporations"? Why is it that Delaware is to corporate law what McDonalds is to franchising? For many, the ...
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What Happens When a Tenant Abandons Personal Property?

The Pennsylvania Landlord and Tenant Act ("Act") is over 63 years old. For about 60 of those 63 years, landlords had to guess as to what method they should follow to clear a rental property ...
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