Webster's Real Estate Law in North Carolina, 3 Volume Set by. James A. Webster, Patrick K. Hetrick. Webster's Real Estate Law in North Carolina: Possessory Estates and Present Interests in Real Property by.
Patrick K. Hetrick · Jr. James B. McLaughlin. Webster's Real Estate Law in North Carolina: Possessory Estates and Present Interests in Real Property: With Supplements. Patrick Hetrick · James B. A. W. · A. Webster · J. · . · J. Webster · James A. · James W. · James Webster.
North Carolina case law has held that conduct which constitutes a breach of fiduciary dutyand constructive fraud is sufficient to support a UDTP claim
§ 57, at 172; James A. Webster, J. Webster's Real Estate Law inNorth Carolina § 8-9, at 243 (Patrick K. Hetrick & James B. McLaughlin, Jr. ed. 4th ed. 1994)(agent has duty to disclose all facts he "knows or should know would reasonably affect thejudgment" of the principal). The principal has "the right to rely on his statements," andis not required to make his own investigation. North Carolina case law has held that conduct which constitutes a breach of fiduciary dutyand constructive fraud is sufficient to support a UDTP claim. Compton v. Kirby, 157 N. C. Ap., 577 S. E. 2d 452 (2003); Governor’s Club v. Governor’s Club Limited Partnership, 152 N. pp.
In 2007, an estimated 16 million James Patterson books were sold in the United States alone'more than John . Has created the top two bestselling detective series of the past decade
In 2007, an estimated 16 million James Patterson books were sold in the United States alone'more than John Grisham and Stephen King sold, combined. Has sold more than 150 million books worldwide. Has had 19 CONSECUTIVE New York Times hardcover bestselling novels. Has created the top two bestselling detective series of the past decade. Patterson's Alex Cross series, including Along Came a Spider and Kiss the Girls, is the top selling US detective series in the last twelve years. The next bestselling detective series also belongs to Patterson ' the Women's Murder Club series, including,1st to Die, 2nd Chance, and 3rd Degree, and 4th of July.
by James B. McLaughlin, Patrick K. Hetrick, James A. Webster. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780874734133. Release Date:January 1988. Publisher:LEXIS Publishing. Hetrick, James B. McLaughlin Jr. Lawyers in North Carolina have long relied upon Webster’s Real Estate Law as the authoritative reference for North Carolina real estate law. This classic handbook remains the single most important source for real estate law in the state. Featuring both expert analysis of the law and time-tested forms, it: ƦƦ Presents the North Carolina courts’ holdings on virtually thousands of questions concerning property law. ƦƦ Covers the fundamental principles of the law of real property as developed and.
National Business Institute, Hetrick, Patrick K. And James B. Webster s Real Estate Law in North Carolina: Possessory Interests and Present Interests in Real Property. 5 th ed. Charlottesville, V. LEXIS Law Publishing, Annual supplement. North Carolina Bar Association. Real Property Section. North Carolina Real Property Forms Book.
This book puts real estate law in laywoman's terms.
James Tyrrell (5 May 1642 – 17 June 1718) was an English author, Whig political philosopher, and historian
James Tyrrell (5 May 1642 – 17 June 1718) was an English author, Whig political philosopher, and historian. James Tyrrell was born in London, the eldest son of Sir Timothy Tyrrell and Elizabeth Tyrrell (née Ussher), the only daughter of Archbishop James Ussher. His younger sister Eleanor married the deist Charles Blount. He lived in Oakley, Buckinghamshire. He was married to Mary Hutchinson (1645-1687), daughter of Sir Michael Hutchinson of Fladbury, Worcestershire.