Ian Crawford

Commercial lease disputes during the current pandemic: the second wave

With COVID-related litigation ongoing across the country, an in-depth analysis of the language of commercial leases is now more important than ever, as many questions remain unanswered. Much of the first wave of commercial lease litigation revolved around whether commercial tenants were required to pay rent when forced to close …

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Broke Millennial Author on Financial Mistakes

Select’s editorial team works independently to review financial products and write articles that our readers will find useful. We may receive a commission when you click on product links from our affiliate partners. Millennials and their financial habits often make the headlines. And while this generation is often ridiculed for …

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Michigan Municipal Takeover: A Rational, Apolitical Response to Financial Distress, or Something Else?

By: James EricksonSource: Michigan News Former Detroit Emergency Director Kevyn Orr speaks to reporters after his speech at the University of Michigan on March 25, 2014. Credit: Michigan Photography. Former Detroit Emergency Director Kevyn Orr speaks to reporters after his speech at the University of Michigan on March 25, 2014. …

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The fundamentals of KW Nelson Interior Design and Contracting Group Limited (HKG: 8411) look pretty strong: Could the market be wrong about the stock?

It’s hard to get excited after looking at the recent performance of KW Nelson Interior Design and Contracting Group (HKG: 8411), when its stock fell 12% in the past week. But if you pay close attention to it, you might find that its key financial metrics look pretty decent, which …

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GM for NYSE: GM by S0rt0

1. Targets of the correction on the graph (turquoise lines). Now the company has lost about 40% of the expected wave growth (III). Overall he can hit the previous record, at least with a goal of 64.26. Of course, the price can go much higher than the designated level, but …

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Should you invest more aggressively for your retirement?

You’ve contributed to your 401 (k) like clockwork, but you don’t see the balance growing fast enough and you start to wonder if your investing strategy is the problem. Investing more aggressively can accelerate the growth of your retirement savings, but it’s not a strategy for everyone. Here are four …

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After taking the oath, Hochul assigns new Lieutenant Governor Benjamin to work on immunization, housing

Brian Benjamin was sworn in Thursday morning to become lieutenant governor of New York, and he already has a lot to do. The former Harlem state senator will work on COVID-19 vaccine awareness, rent relief and the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) for the Hochul administration. The latter issue …

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The Home Title Theft Baloney

Is your property in danger? getty Ooooo, terrible things can happen. The latest, as you can hear in radio commercials and other places, is that bad niks can rob your house from under your feet. But you can buy insurance against such a fate. Phew. But maybe it’s also a …

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Insurance giant GIO sues Horsham couple for nearly $ 78,000 over rental property fire

Lauren Arnett was cooking dinner on a Sunday night last year in the kitchen of the rental property she shared with her partner. Key points: GIO sues couple for nearly $ 80,000 over what the couple say was an accidental fire in their rental Consumer protection groups say it’s part …

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Mortgage insurance from lenders surges as house prices skyrocket, but most buyers don’t realize it’s only protecting the bank

The COVID real estate boom in Australia has pushed more people to pay for expensive mortgage insurance that protects their banks, while only adding to the borrower’s growing debt. Key points: Data shows the number of LMI policies increased by 25% in the past year Many people who pay for …

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