Lance R. Pomerantz
Attorney at Law

Land     Title     Law
    


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Access Rights:



Adirondack Park:


Adverse Possession:












Affidavits:






Apparent Authority:



Attorney Discipline:


Attorney's Fees:




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Bad Faith:



Bankruptcy:








Beaches:




Boundaries:



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California Coastal Commission:



Cemeteries:



Children:



Civil Rights Law (NY):



"Clean Halls Affidavits":



Closings:



Collusion:



Condominiums:



Consumer Protection Statutes:



Constructive Notice:






Contempt:


Cooperative Apartments:


Court of Claims:



County Boundaries:



County Clerk:





Credit Reports:



Cuba:




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Damages:







Descriptions:





Deeds:



Disability:



Discovery:





Dormant Mineral Acts:



Duty to Defend:







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Easements:















Eminent Domain:




Equitable Subrogation:




Escheat:



Escrow:



Estoppel:



Evidence:



Expert Witnesses:






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Fair Credit Reporting Act:


Federal Tax Liens:

See "Internal Revenue Service"

Filed Maps:




Forfeiture:



Fraud:








Future Interests:



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Gift Tax:



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Hair Pulling:


Heirs:



Home Rule Powers:





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"Identity Theft":



Implication:



Indexing:




Indians:



Inquiry Notice:





Internal Revenue Service:







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Joint Tenancy:





Judicial Takings:



Jurisdiction:



Jury Trial:



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Laches:




Land Record Systems:





Leaseholds:



Lis Pendens (See also “Notice of Pendency”):



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Mandamus:



Marketable Title Acts: 



Mechanics' Liens:



Merger of Easements:



Mineral Rights:



Tax Sales of Mineral Rights


Mootness:

Moot? Not Really


Mortgage Assignment:



Mortgage Foreclosure:




Mortgage Notes:



Mortgage Priority:





Mortgage Tax:



Municipal Corporations:




Municipal Liens:




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Necessary Parties:



Necessity:



Notaries Public:




Notarization:



Notice of Pendency:






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Occupancy:




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Party Walls:



Partition:



Police:



Pollution:



Powers of Attorney:









Private Roads:



Privilege


Private Road Statute:



Promise to Marry:



Property Condition Disclosure Statement (PCDS):



Public Administrator:



Public Benefit Corporations:



Punitive Damages:




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Quiet Title Act:




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Recording:








Restrictions:






Reverter:



Right of First Refusal:



Riparian Rights:








RLUIPA:



"Robo-signing”:





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Slander of Title:





Social Media:



Specific Devise:







Strict Foreclosure:



Subdivision Maps:



Subrogation:



Surrogate's Court:




Surveys:



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Tax Liens:




Tax Sales:







Technological Crime:





Title Insurance:




Insurer Prevails Over "Collusion" Gambit






Trustees of the Freeholders & Commonalty:








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Underwriting Practices:



Uniform Commercial Code (UCC):




Unrecorded Instruments:



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Web Cams:




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Zoning:


Tax Deed vs. Adverse Possession
Tax Deed vs. Adverse Possession