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Feb 20, 2006 8:21 pm re: Don't Sign ANYTHING Until You Read This First
Gary Mialocq, Ph.D.
The luckiest person in the world is the person who has never met a lawyer, let alone used one. I've been investing in real estate since 1980 and have NEVER used a lawyer. This is simply an ad for prepaid legal and I won't comment on my experience with them. Lawyers are supposed to know contracts. I specialize in land trusts and 98% of lawyers are clueless in this area.

> Ivo Jackson wrote:
> Greetings to the group,
>If you are in the market for a new home, congratulations!
>However, you shouldn't ever sign a contract of any kind without having your lawyer review it first. A written contract is legally binding, and if you don't know your rights and responsibilities, you could end up very unhappy.
>Even if you take a homeowner's class (and you should), you should still get your lawyer to review it first. Lawyers draw up contracts; that's why lawyers should review them before you sign them.
>Don't have a lawyer? Why, becuase you can't afford $175 to $300 an hour? Neither can 80% of Americans.
>If you have 5 minutes, go to http://www.prepaidlegal.com/info/jacksonlv
>to watch a short movie about how you can protect your legal rights - for good.
>Stay up and stay active,
>I.C. Jackson

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