Property is anything that is owned by a person or company. It can be bought, sold, traded, stolen, or destroyed. Property can be owned by a single person, or jointly between two or more people. Tangible items such as a car, books, clothes, DVDs, or that collection of weird looking clowns are considered personal property. Real estate or real property … Read the rest
Archives for January 2019
Perley E. Swett was a well-known hermit who lived in Stoddard, NH. He passed away in 1973.
During his life, various people appear to have helped him out, one being a gentleman named Quentin H. White. Beginning in 1968, Mr. White visited Mr. Swett regularly, delivered groceries, handled bank transaction, and took Mr. Swett to visit his sister.
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The concept of rising sea levels has become more common in American news over the past decades. It has become a consistent point of concern for politicians and civilians alike. Many news outlets focus on changes that need to be made to slow or halt rising sea levels. This will help to prevent future catastrophes from taking place. But while … Read the rest
Law and legal television programs and movies have long been a favorite with American viewers. From shows like Law and Order to blockbuster hits like Double Jeopardy, legal jargon has been a long-standing staple in entertainment—often at the confusion of viewers. Here’s a list and explanation of our top 3 legal terms in popular TV and movies to help … Read the rest
Both Class V and Class VI roads are public roads, meaning the entire traveling public have the right to use them. The big difference between the two is that municipalities have the obligation to maintain Class V roads, but not Class VI roads. Maintenance can be expensive, so municipalities often try to keep the number of Class V roads to … Read the rest