Introduction to the Mexican Real Estate System

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Carolina Academic Press, 2010 - Law - 273 pages
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Introduction to the Mexican Real Estate System was written to fill a knowledge gap between foreign professionals, lenders, and investors, on the one hand, and the fascinating Latin country whose emerging economy, population, and opportunities will set the tone for North America development in the years to come. As the author says in his Introduction, ''One may well debate whether the Americanization of Mexico is better or worse than the Mexicanization of the United States, but there is no longer any question of the direction in which history is moving.'' Neither an arid legal treatise, nor a compendium of experiential anecdotes, the book attempts to strike the right balance between the general and the specific, between the deep background and the nitty-gritty of daily practice, to deliver to its readers a functional knowledge of the subject.

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About the author (2010)

William D. Signet's specialized and varied knowledge of Mexican real estate comes from legal practice in both U.S. and Mexican law firms, and as the head of the Mexican insurance subsidiary of a major U.S. title insurer. Mr. Signet taught the course "U.S. Trade and Investment in Mexico" at the University of Texas Law School for seven years. He is also the author of the Mexican Law Library and of several articles on Mexico appearing in law reviews and other publications.

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