A new decision by the Supreme Court of Georgia will impact tax lien investors in Georgia. In the case of TFGA, LLC vs CBIRA, LLC, et al, the Supreme Court of Georgia specifically addressed the issue of how a quiet-title action based on a tax sale is affected when...
If you're new to tax-lien investing in Georgia, please take a minute to take a look at our pitfalls article. If you are moving forward with this type of investment, and are considering different Counties for your investment, make sure pay attention to how the...
Tax Deeds. Everyone loves them (for good reason, they can be very lucrative). Real Estate gurus make big money selling "how-to" convincing people to invest in them. The pitch is simple: A County in Georgia is owed property taxes that go unpaid. The County files a...
Now you can download the Legal Layman's Roadmap; Georgia Evictions for your Kindle by clicking here. You can download it for your iPad or other devices here. Let us know if you have questions, or feel free to leave any feedback at The Legal Layman.
Many of you have already taken a look at our little side-project, The Legal Layman. As part of that project, we've put out a very short e-book covering the most common issues we come across when talking to landlords. The book doesn't cover every conceivable...
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