A Glossary of Real Estate Terms

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AuthorHouse, Nov 1, 2000 - Reference - 312 pages
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The concept of "consumer protection" (which also implies "licensee protection") plays a major role in our present day business conduct, as it should. The author's personal experience of the lack of extensive knowledge on the part of licensees, let alone untrained personnel and clients, made evident the need for an accumulation of data under one cover, relating to all fields that a real estate transaction may be faced with. Of necessity, in some instances certain definitions had to be tailored to conform with particular laws. In this book, they were made to conform with present California laws. However, the adaptation to other states should be fairly straightforward.

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Levy came to the U.S. as a foreign student. While in the Army, he was sent to the University of W. Virginia to study civil engineering. Following his discharge, he went back to UCLA, and graduated in Engineering and then entered the aerospace field, where he established a strong reputation, and authored numerous papers and books. In 1974 he entered the real estate field.

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