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Ground Leases in Commercial RE

Ground leases are used in commercial property development; the lessee has the right to build as necessary and enjoys a long lease term, while the lessor keeps the improvements at the end of the lease.

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Offer, Acceptance, Rejection, Counteroffer

Learn about the meaning and effect of these key legal terms: offer, acceptance, rejection, and counteroffer.

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Understanding Specific Performance

Overview of specific performance claims in Oklahoma law, which are especially helpful in real estate transaction disputes.

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“Fixtures” in Oklahoma Real Estate

An overview and explanation of fixtures in Oklahoma real estate law.

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Transfer on Death Deeds

Oklahoma allows residential property owners to avoid probate for their largest asset (home) with a simple deed filing. A transfer on death deed is exactly what it sounds like, and decides who will become the new owner of a property after the current owner passes.

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Inheriting a House with Siblings

Get experienced help with inherited real estate issues in Oklahoma.

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Mortgage Recast vs. Refinance

Learn the difference between two common mortgage arrangements: the recast and the refinance.

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Tenant Estoppel Certificates Explained

Learn how to use a tenant estoppel certificate in Oklahoma real estate transactions.

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Real Estate Non-Disclosure Agreements

Use and enforceability of NDAs in Oklahoma real estate.

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Protecting Privacy in Real Estate

Explanation of the most effective strategies for protecting your privacy in public real estate records.

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