In Sundberg v. TTR Realty, Buyers entered into a contract to purchase a home and alleged that, after the contract was signed, but before closing, the Seller and his real estate agent and brokerage withheld information and provided false … Read More
The D.C. Court of Appeals recently ruled that the super-priority status given to six months’ worth of condominium liens under D.C. Code sec. 42-1903.13 can wipe out all other liens on the condo unit, including a first-position mortgage, but that … Read More
On September 18, 2014, the D.C. Court of Appeals provided a “clearer explication of the requirements to claim an implied grant of an easement or a prescriptive easement” to help guide D.C. landowners as to their rights. In Martin v. … Read More
DC moves its technology forward to facilitate easy on-line filing.
Commercial property owners can anticipate receipt of notification from OTR that on-line filing
of Income and Expense forms is available. While online filing will be option for this year, it … Read More