When a seller is selling a home, they have a duty to disclose certain defects of the home to the buyer; if they fail to do so, they may be in violation of the law and the buyer may have a cause of action against the seller as such. Consider the following about the duties […]
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Well, it has been two months since I provided an update concerning the Coronavirus impact on court closures and other important legal matters and unfortunately, not much has changed with respect to the court matters. The courts were set to re-open June 1st and that date has been extended to July, and probably will be […]
While the recently enacted federal CARES ACT put into effect certain protections regarding housing, Governor Baker signed a bill that bars evictions and foreclosures against residential tenants or owners from moving forward in Massachusetts for 120 days after the effective date of the act or 45 days after COVID-19 emergency declaration has been lifted, […]
As many of you may be aware, on Friday, March 27, 2020, the president signed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (“CARES ACT”) into law. In addition to the law providing stimulus funds for working people, loans for small businesses to carry on business and keep employees employed during this crisis and providing […]
Many of us remember the infamous “Blizzard of ’78”. As a teenager growing up in Revere, the lockdown inspired by that event is still vivid in my mind – school was canceled, our parents’ workplaces were closed, few people could travel anywhere, the army set up shop at the high school, and residents displaced from […]