Blog Posts in "Real Estate"

3 Sep 2015

Neighborhood Noise From Fire Pits

We purchased an end unit condo in Barnstable County. After we moved in, our condo association installed a fire pit in a common area about 25 feet from our bedroom window. […]

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10 Jun 2015

Water Drain Changes With No Notice

Can a landowner make changes to his land so water drains towards a neighboring property and then rent part of that land to cars and other polluters without installing storm drains or other provisions to keep pollution off the neighboring land? […]

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10 Jun 2015

Converting Rental To Condos

How soon do landowners have to notify tenants if they plan to convert a rental building into condos? […]

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14 Aug 2014

Trustee Over Condo Dispute

How can I get court appointed as a trustee over a condo association? […]

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1 Jul 2014

Why Lawyers Love Independence Day Fireworks

Everyone loves Fourth of July celebrations. The fireworks are great but those beautifully explosive displays are also the source of personal injury and property damage lawsuits. […]

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4 Jun 2014

When Tenants Should Call A Lawyer

As a tenant, the law in Massachusetts is designed to safeguard your health, safety, and well-being from landlords who fail to provide housing that is suitable for human habitation. […]

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22 Apr 2014

Calabrese Law Expands Services To Include Landlord Tenant Litigation

According to the Association of Trial Lawyers of America, civil litigation comes with an annual cost of $233 billion to the United States economy. […]

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