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This month's article by FDCC members, Brett J. PrestonMichael A. TanenbaumDeborah D. KuchlerMichele Ballard Miller, Richard K. Traub, and Thomas F. Segalla is entitled: Secrets of Highly Successful Law Firms.

 
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04/27/2015

Insurance policy void ab initio where not owner occupied

Posted by: Marisa Trasatti

On August 2, 2011, Mr. and Mrs. Harris purchased real property located at 2700 Classen Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland in a foreclosure sale for $7,500. Approximately nine months later, the Harrises contacted Jayne Clark, an insurance agent

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