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Brenda Sebring, Esq. Recognized by Best Lawyers®

This is an excerpt from a press release from Best Lawyers® AUGUSTA, Ga., March 29, 2019 — Best Lawyers®, the oldest and most respected guide to the legal profession, released the 2019 Edition of Pennsylvania’s Best Lawyers today. The stand-alone

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Property Tax Assessment Appeal Deadline Approaching

Paying too much for your property taxes? Don’t miss the April 1st deadline to appeal your property tax assessment in Allegheny County! The assessed value of a property may be appealed annually and a well-prepared appeal could considerably reduce your

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Sebring & Associates Supports Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce “Cash Bash”

Sebring & Associates has a history of supporting the Monroeville Area Chamber of Commerce and attending the Chamber’s Annual “Cash Bash and Holiday Gathering” on November 21st was no exception.  We were pleased to join our Chamber of Commerce friends

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New Pennsylvania Mechanics’ Lien Law

How Will the New Mechanics’ Lien Law Affect YOU? Why Land Developers Should Take Notice of The PA State Construction Notices Directory On October 14, 2014, the Pennsylvania Legislature amended the Mechanics’ Lien Law of 1968 and created the Pennsylvania

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More Pennsylvania Laws that Actually Exist!

PART 2:  PENNSYLVANIA CRIMINAL/TRAFFIC  LAWS THAT ACTUALLY EXIST (for part 1, click here) 18 Pa.C.S. §§ 101 et seq. is known as Pennsylvania’s Crimes Code.  75 Pa.C.S. §§ 101 et seq. is known as Pennsylvania’s Vehicle Code.  A conviction of

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Three PA Trade and Commerce Laws that Actually Exist

PART 1:  This is the first in a series of articles. Pennsylvania’s statutes contain 79 different titles, each of which has its own chapters (some with subchapters) and statutory sections, comprising thousands of different laws.  There are also rules of

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Approaching Seven Years with the Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act

  I. Introduction On July 1, 2009, the Home Improvement Consumer Protection Act, 73 P.S. §§ 517.1 et seq. (the “HICPA”) became Pennsylvania law. The HICPA not only imposes potential criminal penalties upon contractors who commit home improvement fraud, but

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NEW CLOSING REGULATIONS FOR RESIDENTIAL PURCHASES: TRID has finally taken effect!

By: Sebring Law                                  October 6, 2015 A new era of residential closing regulations for lenders, closing companies, and of course, buyers is now in

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Property Rights in Streets Within a Recorded Subdivision Plan

On August 11, 2015, the Superior Court reaffirmed the principle that “all purchasers of property in a subdivision acquire an easement over all platted roads in the subdivision plan.” Starling v. Lake Meade Prop. Owners Ass’n, No. 1779 MDA 2014,

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New Consumer Disclosures Will Affect all Consumer Home Loan Purchases

  By: Sebring Law Starting August 1, 2015, all consumer home loan purchases will have a new form and process as a result of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s new requirements. What will this mean for consumers purchasing homes with a

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