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The Practical Real Estate Lawyer - January 2007

In January, 2007 issue, articles on: The New “All Appropriate Inquiries” Rule; Resolving Title And Ownership Disputes in Condemnation Cases; How To Depose An Opposing Appraiser (With Deposition Questions); Risk-Shifting Agreements In Construction Contracts: Why Insurance May Not Work The Way It Used To; Uses Of Land Trusts In Preserving Tenancy In Common Property (Part 1); Groundbreakers— Law Firm May Simultaneously Represent Two Clients That Are Developing Similar Projects In The Same Region And Industry.

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How To Depose An Opposing Appraiser (With Deposition Questions) (10 pp)
By Warren C. Herlong, Jr. and J. Casey Pipes

The New “All Appropriate Inquiries” Rule (18 pp)
By Larry Schnapf

Resolving Title And Ownership Disputes in Condemnation Cases (8 pp)
By Leslie A. Fields and Karen L. Brody

Groundbreakers— Law Firm May Simultaneously Represent Two Clients That Are Developing Similar Projects In The Same Region And Industry (2 pp)
By John B. Spitzer

Risk-Shifting Agreements In Construction Contracts: Why Insurance May Not Work The Way It Used To (10 pp)
By David S. White

Uses Of Land Trusts In Preserving Tenancy In Common Property (Part 1) (9 pp)
By Julius J. Zschau

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