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April 2020 Archives

Avoid potential disputes by asking the landlord some questions

Most people looking to rent here in Delaware know to ask about rental payments, security deposits, pet policies and similar questions. However, there are other questions that a potential tenant may want to ask the landlord before committing to signing a lease. Failing to do so could result in future disputes that could end up leading to disputes that could cost time, frustration and money for a tenant.

Inspections important when buying residential real estate

Buying a home is an exciting step for a Delaware family. Whether it's a first-time residential real estate purchase or a subsequent one, it is critical for a buyer to be cautious throughout this process. Before signing the final purchase agreement, a home inspection can help a buyer know exactly what to expect after moving in or reveal problems that could lead to financial loss down the road. 

COVID-19 Plea by Appointment

A felony case in Delaware generally takes approximately six months from the date of arrest to resolution of the matter. Today we consider the topic of a plea by appointment involving an incarcerated defendant under the newly enacted Superior Court policies and procedures during the COVID-19 lockdown.

Include this contingency in a residential real estate contract

Buying a home here in Delaware should be an exciting and joyous experience. It can be, but there are still numerous items to address before the deal can close. One of them is making sure the home does not have any significant defects that could end up costing buyers in the future. For this reason, they ought to seriously consider a home inspection. However, more than that, they should consider a home inspection contingency in their residential real estate contracts.