Property lines can be a real source of contention for homeowners. When two people own adjacent parcels of land, it's not always clear where the property line falls. This can lead to disputes over things like the placement of fences or who is responsible for...
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Month: March 2022
Legislation potentially increases eminent domain activity
President Biden signed the $1.2 Trillion Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act into law in November 2021. The act has $550 billion set for new federal infrastructure spending. New money for infrastructure is good, but unprepared businesses could get hurt in...
Owners may appeal property tax assessments
Small business owners sometimes feel the proverbial pinch of operating expenses. If costs increase and revenue drops, profits suffer. So, a California small business owner may seek to cut expenses where viable. Some may wonder if appealing a property tax assessment is...