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  • Are Verbal Contracts Legally Binding?
    Are Verbal Contracts Legally Binding?

    A verbal contract is created when two (or more) parties agree to do something in trade for something else that holds value. A contract can be: Formally written; Casually written; or Verbal. If one or ...

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  • How to Maintain Property Lines with Neighbors
    How to Maintain Property Lines with Neighbors

    Everyone dreams of the perfect home; whether that be a country house with white picket fences or a place in the suburbs surrounded by perfectly manicured hedges. Whichever idea strikes your fancy, it ...

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  • What is Quiet Title Law in Oklahoma?
    What is Quiet Title Law in Oklahoma?

    You may need to file a quiet title action if a link in the chain of title of a property is either broken or incorrect. A chain of title is a list of people who have owned a property before the current ...

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  • 10 Tips for Successfully Dealing with Your HOA
    10 Tips for Successfully Dealing with Your HOA

    If you live in a condominium, townhouse, or other type of home in a new development, you are probably familiar with condo and homeowner’s associations, or HOAs. As many as 20% of Americans may now ...

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  • How Are Property Disputes Handled in a Divorce?
    How Are Property Disputes Handled in a Divorce?

    When a married couple decides to divorce in Oklahoma, any property the spouses share will need to be divided. This is likely to lead to a heated confrontation, especially when real estate property is ...

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  • How Does Oklahoma Law Handle Easements on Property?
    How Does Oklahoma Law Handle Easements on Property?

    Sometimes a person or party who owns or controls a plot of land is not the only party who benefits from that land and its use. When a third party has an interest in the use of land for their own gain ...

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