Monday, 28 July 2014

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  • Nebraska treasurer warns of unclaimed property scam

    11:48 | 28/7/14
    Beatrice Daily Sun
    The National Association of Unclaimed Property Administrators (NAUPA) and unclaimed property administrators in other states also have reported receiving consumer complaints over the past several weeks regarding the postcards, which are postmarked from ... more»
  • Property Transactions for July 28, 2014

    09:11 | 28/7/14
    Duluth News Tribune
    4200 Luverne St., Samantha and Jessica Mohn-Johnson purchased from Kathleen Abel for $179,900, residential, 6/14. 4707 W. Seventh St., Thomas T. Swanson purchased from Deutsche Bank National Trust for $36,000, residential, 6/14. 2716 W. Third St., ... more»
  • Disgraced lawyer drew client funds to pay staff

    04:52 | 28/7/14
    Stuff.co.nz
    On July 15, 2008 he gave an undertaking to a trust, of which he was a trustee, that he would hold the $50,000 to rectify an access problem at a Raglan property. Three days after the money was deposited into his account he then instructed staff to ... more»
  • Vermont's land trusts see post-recession rebound

    02:03 | 28/7/14
    vtdigger.org
    8 in the nation for land protected through nonprofit land trusts, according to the Land Trust Alliance, the national association and lobbying group in Washington, D.C.. In the East, only two states, New York ... wood products, recreation and tourism ... more»
  • For the Record: Sunday, July 27, 2014

    19:52 | 27/7/14
    News Item
    Thomas C. Valeiko, Margaret Valeiko, to Margaret Valeiko, Kevin P. Valeiko, property in Shamokin, $1. Katy Dunaway to Richard K. Miller, property in Shamokin, $1. U.S. Bank National Association to RVFM 11 Series LLC, property in Mount Carmel, $9,550. more»
  • Fighting to find (and protect) historic battlfields

    16:07 | 27/7/14
    Charleston Post Courier
    "So if properties are going to be developed, the likelihood of somebody understanding the historic assets that need to be studied or mitigated in some fashion is becoming less and less likely. more»
  • Don King takes old hustler act to Egypt to sell King of the Nile bout

    09:00 | 27/7/14
    The Guardian
    And only King would think of trying to hold a major boxing event between two foreigners in a country and city whose last significant fistic guest was Chris Eubank in 1996, when, promoted by London property developers posing as representatives of the ... more»
  • Republicans Again Violate Their Own Principles

    05:03 | 27/7/14
    Huffington Post
    In this instance, if drivers are unwilling to pay the road budget then cut federal highway spending by 28 percent, which would reduce overall national road spending by about 7 percent. But Republicans don't want to cut ... Then in 1956, at the ... more»
  • Plemont headland: National Trust plan to restore site

    00:45 | 27/7/14
    BBC News
    A former holiday park which was sold in a multi-million pound deal could be demolished by spring 2015, allowing the National Trust to restore the site. On Friday, The Plemont headland became the property of the trust after a hearing in Jersey's Royal ... more»
  • Roxburghe hotel sold to US property giants

    19:52 | 26/7/14
    Edinburgh Evening News
    The hotel's Charlotte Square home is one of the most prestigious addresses in the Capital, home to the First Minister's official residence Bute House and several properties owned by the National Trust. George Nicholas, executive vice-president at JLL ... more»
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