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Tree Fall Liability: Who Is Responsible for Property Damage? Part 3

Reading Time: 2 minutes A student asks A branch from my neighbor’s tree fell into my yard and damaged my boat. He claims he isn’t liable to cover any of the damages, what can I do? A tree falling is considered an act of God or nature. Usually, the tree owner is not held accountable, which does tend to […]

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A student asks: Cutting down trees part 2

Reading Time: 5 minutes Part 2: Cutting Down Trees: This from the NOLO Organization whose mission is: to help consumers and small businesses find answers to their everyday legal and business questions. Most of a big tree hangs over my yard, but the trunk is on the neighbor’s property. Who owns the tree? Your neighbor owns the tree. It

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A student asks: Cutting down trees part 1

Reading Time: 3 minutes Can I get in trouble for cutting down a neighbor’s tree to improve my view? You can cut all the trees you like on your own property. If your neighbor or someone else cuts down, removes, or hurts a tree on your property without your permission, that person is required to compensate you (the tree

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Eviction Diversion Program Resources

Reading Time: 4 minutes We received some feedback from some of our students who felt there are additional resources regarding the Eviction Diversion Program that could be useful on the Alaska Court System Website. We wanted to make sure you receive the full picture of the new program. You can access the information and the active links here: https://courts.alaska.gov/shc/housing/edp.htm#info

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New Eviction Requirements and move out timelines in Alaska

Reading Time: 3 minutes We were provided some important information from one of our students in Fairbanks, that was shared by a commercial loan officer and a Fairbanks law firm: In the last few weeks there have been a couple of developments in evictions in Alaska that are judicial over-reach. The courts are placing a large burden on Landlords

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Slip and Fall Reducers

Reading Time: < 1 minute Join our complimentary webinar next week on reducing Slip and Fall Risks. Until then, with the snow flying, here are a few more hints from our FREE 62 Slip and Fall Risk Reducers Webinar: Thursday November 12, 1pm-1:30pm Click here to register: https://www.alaskatraining.com/ourclasses/property-management/ 1)  Send email to clients regarding winter here. Reminder; be careful   2)  Watch

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