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Florida Tax Deed Sales - How to Legally Steal from a Bank

19th March 2010
Let's be honest, banks are not very popular at the moment. Why? Well, they have been legally stealing our treasure for decades, and often with the full knowledge and permission of our governments. But, as the troubadour Bob Dylan once sang, "The ti... Read >
Author: Harry A Connor Jr

The Vision of Thea Alexander

21st December 2009
Thea Alexander wrote a book called 2150 AD, originally published in 1976. She describes a fascinating world that includes two parts consisting of the Macro World and the Micro World. In the Macro world there was harmony, cooperation, and everyone respe... Read >
Author: Hong Kirby

Wills Online - Are They Safe?

05th October 2009
In the last ten years, the number and variety of sites that allow users to write a will online has expanded massively. As people become more confident in using computers and more trusting in websites generally, the range of legal services that can be purc... Read >
Author: Wills

Advantages and Disadvantages of Employment Arbitration

21st September 2009
Employment arbitration is a clause usually included in most employment contracts as the preferred method of resolving disputes. This is in accordance with the Federal Arbitration Act which provides judicial facilitation of employment disputes. Howev... Read >
Author: Mesriani Law Group

Reverse dowry evokes gender justice row in India

02nd April 2006
The fast changing man-woman cohabitation rules in India, especially in marriages have thrown wide open the sensitive issue of gender justice and even the presumptuous traditional judiciary turns sympathetic to males. In the light of growing incidents of f... Read >
Author: Afflatus
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