Featured on Lexis Nexis: Legal Description Specificity and the Statute of Frauds

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We recently published on article on Lexis Nexis about the Legal Description Specificity and the Statute of Frauds in real estate:

The statute of fraud and deed rules work in concert. Typically, these laws mandate that certain deeds, leases, agreements, and other property transfers, be written and contain specific components. Statute of frauds issues most common touch upon real property transfers. In virtually every jurisdiction in the United States, the law requires that for a transfer of real property to be valid, it must be done in writing and contain the signatures of the granting/transferring parties.

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http://www.lexisnexis.com/legalnewsroom/real-estate/b/real-estate-law-blog/archive/2015/10/08/legal-description-specificity-statute-of-frauds.aspx

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Dickson Law Group

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