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July 2014 Archives

Eminent domain in Delaware explained

Private property ownership is one of the bedrocks of American society. However, the government reserves the right to obtain privately owned real estate to further its ends. This is known as "eminent domain," and it is a somewhat controversial, but long-standing law, both on the federal and state level.

Real estate disclosure laws do not always include past deaths

When selling a house in Delaware, the law requires you to disclose certain things about the property to the buyer. Examples include whether there is radon in the home, and whether the property has any “material defects.” This is meant to prevent fraud in the real estate market.