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Farmers' Guide to Wind Energy: Legal Issues in Farming the Wind By Jessica A. Shoemaker et al.
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This book serves as a guide to the many legal issues faced by farmers and rural landowners who seek to develop wind energy projects. The Farmers' Guide to Wind Energy: Legal Issues in Farming the... More > Wind provides legal information for individuals developing wind projects, regardless of size. This includes farmer-owned large utility-scale wind farms as well as smaller on-farm or residential wind turbine projects. Legal issues covered in this guide include negotiating wind property agreements, siting a wind farm, liability risks associated with developing and operating wind turbines, project financing, choice of business structure, government incentives for wind development, and the tax consequences of these efforts.< Less
Michigan Expungement Kit By Expungement Center
eBook (PDF): $59.95
The Michigan Do–It-Yourself Expungement Kit gives you an opportunity to get a fresh start in life. Once your conviction is set aside, you can answer “NO” when someone asks you if... More > you have ever been convicted of a crime. The Michigan Do-It-Yourself Expungement Kit is the original expungement kit designed exclusively for Michigan convictions by a Michigan attorney. If you are seeking to expunge a Michigan conviction, you need the Michigan Do-It-Yourself Expungement Kit. What is a Michigan Expungement? The Michigan Do-it-Yourself Expungement Kit explains the concept of “setting aside” a conviction under Michigan law.< Less
The Florida Foreclosure Chronicles By Stamatakis and Thalji, PL myFORECLOSUREatty.com
eBook (PDF): $7.99
Mortgage foreclosure manual written by lawyers licensed to practice law in the State of Florida.
Basics of Trust Administration -- California By Patricia K. Rice
Paperback: $22.95
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Patricia K. Rice is a certified paralegal living in Northern California who, for the last ten years, has worked for an attorney certified by the State Bar of California in Probate, Estate Planning,... More > and Elder Law. Ms. Rice administered her first trust in 1996 and since that time has been responsible for the administration of hundreds more. A few of those trusts have been insolvent and quite a few have had assets valued at more than one million dollars, with the majority somewhere in between. One trust administration is never quite like the one before, and with each one she learned a bit more about trust administration. The result is that she has become quite accomplished in the many details of administering trusts. Ms. Rice believes that most trustees, if provided with a step by step guide and sample forms, can administer a trust with minimal professional assistance.< Less