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The United (Watershed) States of America

The story begins with John Wesley Powell, the great one-armed adventurer and geologist. He was made famous for his successful runs through the Colorado River in 1869 and 1872. But perhaps his most important legacy rests in a lesser-known deed:…

Utah Real Estate

The Truth About Density

What’s the real relationship between housing density and quality of life? Will denser zoning ease traffic congestion? Result in high crime rates? Cause an increase in pollution? The answers may surprise you—and your fiercest opponents. As a builder, you probably…

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Land Use Matters

With the majority of the state’s population residing along a 100 mile stretch of the Wasatch Front and Back, and with the large portion of that along the Wasatch Front land use becomes critical. Utah has a unique geographical situation…

Utah Land Sales

Common Ways to Hold Title

HOW YOU TAKE TITLE – ADVANTAGES AND LIMITATIONS: Title to real property in California may be held by individuals, either in Sole Ownership or in Co-Ownership. Co-Ownership of real property occurs when title is held by two or more persons….

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Remedies for Breach of Contract

  Many states utilize a mix of statutory and common law to provide remedies for breach of contract. Depending on the contract and circumstances of the breach, you may have several basic choices of remedies. There are two general categories…

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Beyond the Lot Line

As builders leverage the value of amenity-rich master planned communities, a finely tuned trade-off takes place between what’s inside and outside the homes. In urban and suburban enclaves across the U.S., developers are fostering culture at a micro level in…

Risks Involved with Resisting Condemnation

  Your main risk in resisting condemnation of your property is that your final monetary judgment may be less than the initial offer. Another risk is that you will end up paying attorney and court fees. Resisting Condemnation There are three ways…

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What is a Right of Way Easement?

A right of way easement dates back to common law principles of the right to the free flow of water, and for allowing neighboring landowners the ability to travel over another’s property. A right of way is a type of…

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Ten Things to Know About 1031 Exchanges

  Tax nerds may be able to spout off Internal Revenue Code Sections, but most people never get beyond 401(k). (That’s right, your workplace retirement savings plan is named after a section of the tax code.) Still, “Section 1031″ is…