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Ultimate Guide To California's Preliminary Notice By Scott Wolfe Jr.
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Understanding mechanics lien and preliminary notice laws is a must when managing credit and accounts receivables in the California construction industry. This manual is comprehensive guide to... More > California's preliminary notice laws and requirements. It is written by Scott Wolfe Jr, a California construction attorney. It is published by Zlien, the nation's leading resource for mechanics lien laws and compliance management.< Less
California Eviction Delay Guide By Sherese N. Francis, MS Legal Studies
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A renter's guide to defending an eviction without an attorney. Includes a step-by-step overview of an actual eviction that was successfully delayed for over 3 months. Copies of the official legal... More > documents used in the real case are enclosed.< Less
Huntington Beach, California 2012 Spring Break By Dr. William D. LOGAN
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Huntington Beach, California. One of the very few places where entertainment during spring break might compare to Venice Beach, California. As you will notice swimwear is unlimited to what one may... More > desire to wear. If there is no shame in your game, come on with it. You never know what you might find at these settings, but rest assure you will find the latest fashions on any California beaches. The next few pages will give you a small glimps why Southern California beaches are so popular among beach goers and photographers alike.< Less
Contractor's and Consumer's Guide to California's Old and New Mechanics Lien Laws By Howard B. Brown
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The new mechanics lien laws that become fully effective July 1, 2012, enacted a complete revision to the California mechanics lien laws. The bill was the result of work of many years of work by the... More > California Law Revision Commission. The author, Howard B. Brown, worked with that commission. He has been an attorney for over 63 years and most of that in construction litigation and law. The new laws have made numerous changes in the lien laws. All contractors, builders, lenders sureties and those desiring their services will be affected by the new statutes. A purpose of this book is to explain the new laws and their interfacing with the present statutes to be replaced by the new statutes in whole or in part, as they may relate to the construction of projects and improvements under old, but still existing, and new laws that become effective as indicated.< Less
Peanuts For Christmas - Complete Collection By John Schlegel
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A little history on this collection. Peanuts For Christmas, the poem, was written about 20 years ago. The original Peanuts For Christmas collection was published in 2001. Over the years between... More > then and the sequel I continued to write sporadically. Peanuts For Christmas Part Deux - The Sequel arrived on the scene in Winter 2009. You will notice an evolution in style between the two. All the poems in The Epic Conclusion To The Trilogy were written in 2010. Again you will notice evolution. I consider my style to be linear storytelling for the most part. Hopefully some of the stories will take you to a time and place in your life. After all, my poems may seem to be about me, but they are about you.< Less
World of Color Guide By Chris Wade
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This is a quick guide for Disney California Adventure's World of Color show. Providing tips and tricks on getting the best seating. Also providing information on how things really occur in the... More > parks. Please note that with Disney all information is subject to change without notice, but every effort is made to keep this book current.< Less
The Mildred E. Freitas Collection By The Livermore-Amador Genealogical Society
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Births, marriages and deaths plus legal notices, rural route directory names, divorces, addressees of uncollected mail at the post office. graduating seniors of the Livermore High School, all... More > extracted from the Livermore [California] Herald for 1899 to 1913.< Less
A Strange Delicate Flower By Craig Bowman
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I’ve read the books, now I am the books, and I purposely throw myself into the insanities for piece of mind, exposing myself as a survivalist writer. Boardwalkians are free from the grips of... More > normal society; they’ve let go of the safety line to become crazy, all anomalies with behavior never seen anywhere else on earth. Others are time wasters, lost forever in the raw sun. This is the first gut of the glossy edged book, with ragged stained bindings, and I noticed it wasn’t a book at all, but a life. Everyone that lives outside sooner or later encounters visions that may trigger a creative force, some letting the buttons be pushed, trying the unthinkable of climbing up from scratch. I am doomed for an outside epic, yet it could kill me and send me to the heavens. Life should be heaven. Being outside lets me see right through the vampires, a reception of humans and sensitivity to frequencies in the air more than ever.< Less
Sun Struck By Allan Brown
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Sun-Struck is an account of growing up in small-town California in the 1940s and 1950s. Allan and his brothers lead idyllic and adventurous lives in the midst of orchards, hot brown hills and Spanish... More > style houses. The burning issues of the day such as the Cold War, Korea, atomic testing, civil rights and communist witch-hunts are noticed but barely felt. However, all is not sweet nostalgia. Also described are the boredom, the longings, the scandals and the hazards of small-town life. pp 467< Less
The Temblor of Diablo By James W. Cotton
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Geologist and science journalist Arie Petrovich travels to his home town of Walnut Creek, California to write an article about new seismic monitoring equipment being installed along active faults in... More > the San Francisco Bay Area. A devastating earthquake strikes his hometown during his visit, leaving hundreds dead, including the two seismologists who were subjects of his interview. Although local law enforcement feels that the two are just more earthquake casualties, he notices inconsistencies, and he takes it upon himself to aid in a deeper investigation. He soon finds himself calling upon his science background, his professional connections, and his knowledge of the area to not only participate in the detective work, but to track down the conspirators of a huge cover up.< Less