New Law Against Rental Restrictions in HOA communities

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If you live in a homeowner’s association you are probably familiar with rental restrictions, or at least the feeling that renters are a bad thing for neighborhoods.  For the last decade there has been an increase in amendments to the governing documents to include a restriction for renting the property.  Normally the restrictions prohibit an… Read more »

The Economic Toll On The Construction Industry

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In an economic downturn, the construction industry is often hit harder and longer than other industries with decreases in demand, funding, and development. When relatively large portions of our population are facing issues like foreclosure and bankruptcy, it can be difficult for investors and builders to justify the construction of new homes or businesses. Even… Read more »

The Ground Pot is Dispensed From is as Important as the Ground Pot is Grown On

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When most people think of the legalities of Medicinal Marijuana Dispensaries, they think of the conflicts between state and federal law, the legality of “prescriptions” held by the “patients,” or the profits being realized by these “not for profit” companies.  However, the threshold issue to owning and operating a pot dispensary is actually a question… Read more »