After the smashing of the City Hall and Post-Office, the white flag had been hoisted from a tower of the old Park Row building, and thither had gone Mayor O'Hagen, urged thither indeed by the terror-stricken property owners
of lower New York, to negotiate the capitulation with Von Winterfeld.
Thus, where it may take five to seven years to reestablish credit and purchase another home after a foreclosure, a property owner
could be eligible to buy another home in as little as two years after the completion of a short sale.
Community activists have complained to Suffredin that not one property owner
on the Chicago side of his district has received any county money--or federal money, for that matter-for lead control.
While taking care of a property on the resort, she recalls one particular property owner
who lived most of the year in Switzerland and asked her to maintain his property.
Should a property owner
fail to follow this procedure in selling his forestland, he would face a summary civil judgment requiring him to pay the estimated cost of the upgrades.
Most often, the amount chosen is designed to restore the property owner
to the economic position enjoyed just before the deprivation.
A property owner
who was paying $10,000 under frontage billing has seen his water bill more than double, and in many cases triple, under metered billing.
In other words, under this scheme, a "guardian" or "stakeholder" (someone claiming to represent a plant or animal species on the property) can assert a priority right over that of the actual property owner
, and force the owner to prove that any activity he contemplates for his property will not adversely impact the flora and fauna which constitute the biodiversity in that ecosystem.
A property owner
who has any amount of land that has been designated as wetlands must navigate a public-notice-and-comment period, hire consultants to negotiate with regulators, and wait for the Army Corps to consult with as many as four other agencies before deciding whether to allow development.
if you were to ask Susan Kelo--the property owner
that took her case to the country's highest court--she would likely respond with an emphatic "Yes
The bill would give a property owner
standing to sue the government for compensation when a regulation temporarily or permanently reduces the owner's property value by at least 25 percent or $10,000, whichever is less.
It will benefit all of our commercial broker and property owner