land court

land court

A specialized court to hear real estate matters. The details vary from state to state.

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He explained: "They dragged me into the land court last autumn and secured an eviction notice for November this year.
The environmental authority and mining lease are currently before the Land Court and the Coordinator-General continues to progress development applications for rail construction in the Galilee Basin and Abbot Point State Development Areas.
If residents fail to respond, companies can file a complaint in Massachusetts Land Court to foreclose on a property and sometimes realize a huge profit.
On occasion Bruce tosses out his seven-syllabled mantra, personal development--which he has come to use as a way to chalk up, and digest, unwelcome experiences--including an unplanned career change from agriculturalist to amateur appellant and expensive exercises self-representing in the Queensland Land Court (close to $100,000 at last count).
He said the government has devised a plan to establish Land Court Authorities in country's entry and exit points aiming to facilitate the exporters and importers.
Her father was a land court magistrate, and her mother set up a rehabilitation organization.
Ibanez, the Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court (SJC) affirmed the decisions of the Massachusetts Land Court based on an allegedly incomplete evidentiary record relating to two mortgage loans.
The 11-year feud will be resolved by the Scottish Land Court this week.
Spear appealed to the Land Court, which agreed with the Board stating that the 1975 use variance was no longer in effect due to the subsequent division of the property.
Judicial--Supreme Court, National Court, Court of Common Pleas, and the Land Court.
The Superior Land Court ordered investors to return to the state 12.
Enter October and the arrival of the Land Court, specifically empowered to rule on all real estate related disputes and hopefully offering a drastic
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