Neighborhoods around the country are full of neighbors. Some of those neighbors are amazing. Others are almost non-existent because you barely see them. Then there are those neighbors who won’t get the neighbor-of-the-year award anytime soon. You know the neighbors we are talking about. The terrible neighbors who party all night, make too much noise, and even throw garbage onto … Read the rest
Archives for August 2022
As an owner of the property or a home, in the state of New Hampshire, you probably already know you are going to need to pay property taxes. Everyone does. However, the amount you pay in property taxes is dependent on where you live. Some areas of the state have higher property taxes than others. This is why it is … Read the rest
House Bill 481 authorizes a right-to-know ombudsman, whose office is administratively attached to the department of state, to assume the duties of the position on July 1, 2022. “The purpose of this act is to provide the public with a simpler, less expensive, and faster alternative process to resolve complaints under RSA 91-A” (Access to Governmental Records and Meetings), … Read the rest
Airbnbs continue to grow in popularity. This isn’t surprising since travelers want their own space while away from home. While you can simply reserve a room on Airbnb, the most popular option is reserving an entire house. And that is what the majority of travelers do when reserving an Airbnb in New Hampshire for vacation.
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For years, the courtroom has been a place where paper and actual photographs have been key for providing evidence. Technology hasn’t been as prominent in court proceedings as it maybe should be. Especially since technology has grown in leaps and bounds over the last couple of decades. But the use of technology could be changing significantly in the courtroom in … Read the rest