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Candy Spelling Wins Eviction Lawsuit I Ain't Goin' Nowhere!!!...She just scored a big legal victory against her landlord, who claimed Candy was living in her building illegally and wanted to give her the boot...Candy's been living in a $28,000-a-
I wasn't so much interested in hunting for buried treasure as finding bits of history hidden a few inches beneath my feet. Scott Clark, an Internet business consultant in Lexington, has similar interests. An avid metal detectorist since 1985, he has
Most folks are no longer exposed to the federal estate tax, thanks to today's relatively generous $5.25 million exemption...But being exempt from the federal estate tax is not the end of the story. If you have assets (maybe just a car or two and some
AS the initial $901,769.65 she needs to cough up to the Garden State. Let us also not forget that she defaulted on a $2.2 million bank loan and the charity that is suing her for never paying back a $250,000 loan...We'd advise her to break out that
The workshops are being used to overcome issues that may be preventing some people from settling with the Crown. Those who took up the Government's buyout offer on the flat land must settle and leave their homes by either the end of July or August.
Almost R1bn in financial compensation was paid to land claimants in the last financial year, the department of land reform said on Monday. The department paid more than R993m to people who lodged land claims between 1994 and 31 December 1998,
The IRS filed a federal tax lien against the Grammy winner, claiming she failed to pay all her income taxes for the years 2009 ($574,907.30), 2010 ($2,203,743.53) and 2011 ($647,604.60)...Of course, the IRS needs to get in line ... the State of NJ
These two people are patent lawyers for Finnegan IP law firm, Washington, DC, which I don't recall making up, but this is definitely a pair of Doctorow villains (though, thankfully, I had the good sense not to give them any lines in the book they're
499.79/month (includes parking) But the biggest change the current owner made after buying the unit was to remove the lower half of the east wall to expose the windows the drywall was covering, thus creating an entire wall of light.
17 May 2013 A grieving family has received an apology from a lettings agency who invited potential tenants to view the home of a much-loved father and grandfather while his body was still inside. George Murton, 88, died peacefully at the bungalow he