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Singer Madonna not allowed on HHF property due to her negative comments about Hydrangeas

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The Sky’s the Limit: Passion and Property in Manhattan

The Sky’s the Limit: Passion and Property in Manhattan

Steven Gaines trains his sharp eye on rich people behaving badly. The arena is Manhattan luxury property and the outlandish displays of ego, outrageous behaviour, blood feuds, status hunger and conspicuous consumption that dominate that world. THE SKY’S THE LIMIT reveals the apartment-swapping adventures of many celebrities – from Jerry Seinfeld to Barbra Streisand, from Tommy Hilfiger to Gloria Vanderbilt – whose adventures in promiscuous apartment swapping and renovating are told with typical Gaines verve and style. And Gaines digs much deeper to tell us the fascinating story of how boxes stacked on boxes came to be seen as the ultimate in status for the rich. He explores the development of the cooperative apartment, originall

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Human Property Hanging in the Family Tree Yields a Harvest

Human Property Hanging in the Family Tree Yields a Harvest

Human Property Hanging in the Family Tree Yields a Harvest, is a true story of the life and times of Mariah and her family. Mariah was born a slave, witnessed the brutality of slavery, and fought the KKK. Mariah’s departure to transcend from human property to a human being was met with opposition, as she and her family channeled through the violent Reconstruction Era. As the matriarch of her family, Mariah, was unwavering as she attempted to sail through the iniquitous institution of inequality. She remained steadfast in her hope of attaining the American dream.

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DOLPHIN POINT PROPERTY AUGUST 2012

This is a great film of family holiday home at Dolphin Point, Burrill Lake, New South Wales, Autralia. Since this video was made, more trees have been cut back showing more of the lake and mountain ranges. Check out more info at: www.noagentproperty.com.au
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What Property Can I Keep In Bankruptcy? – San Diego Bankruptcy Attorney

www.sandiego-bankruptcylawyers.com – Bankruptcy Lawyers in San Diego California Bankruptcy Questions and Answers Video Series. For more information please visit our site. Or visit our office at Amy L. Butters Attorney at Law The Chamber Building 110 WC St #2200 San Diego California 92101 Or give us a ring for a free consultation at (858) 633-7013. Video #07 What property can I keep in Bankruptcy?

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Will CBS go bare on Jackson exposure?(Entertainment Insurance)(Janet Jackson): An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

Will CBS go bare on Jackson exposure?(Entertainment Insurance)(Janet Jackson): An article from: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management

This digital document is an article from National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management, published by The National Underwriter Company on February 16, 2004. The length of the article is 1174 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Will CBS go bare on Jackson exposure?(Entertainment Insurance)(Janet Jackson)
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Publication: National Underwriter Property & Casualty-Risk & Benefits Management (Magazine/Journal)
Date: February 16, 2004
Publisher: The National Underwriter

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Apple Successfully Files a Temporary Injunction Against Samsung for Intellectual Property Infringeme

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is trending on news that Apple has successfully filed a temporary injunction to block the sale of the tablet in the European Union, minus the Netherlands. Back in April, Apple filed a court complaint against Samsung claiming that the Galaxy Tab “slavishly” copied Appleapos;s technology, user interface, and product packaging. Samsung was caught off guard by the recent court ruling but has responded by stating that the company will defend its intellectual-property rights in Europe and around the world. For now, the sale of the tablet has come to a halt across the EU

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Italy Property – Guide to Buying a Property in Italy

Italy Property – Guide to Buying a Property in Italy

The Italian Property Market

An increasing number of foreign nationals have taken to purchasing real estate in Italy over the course of the past fifteen years. The increase in real estate purchases in Italy by foreign nationals really took off following the integration of Europe into the EU. With the advent of the European Union, more and more foreign nationals began purchasing different types of real estate within Italy. This included commercial, residential and speculative investment purchases by foreign nationals.

The vast majority of foreign nationals who have taken to purchasing and owning real estate in Italy are from within one or another of the European Union nations. With that said, British investors have been particularly active in buying and investing in real estate in Italy during the past five to ten years.

The prime real estate purchases in Italy by foreign nationals in recent years have been concentrated fairly heavily in rural regions of the country

Investment Property in Italy

As with the other nations that are members of the European Union, Italy has seen a growth in the number of foreign nationals making real estate purchases within that country since the inception of the EU. The common marketplace that was formed with the development of the EU is deemed to be the primary reason as to why there is so much activity in the arena of real estate buying and selling in EU nations such as Italy.

A significant amount of the movement in regard to real estate in Italy involves the buying and selling of property for investment purposes. A significant amount of activity when it comes to investment real estate has involved two primary types of property: commercial or industrial property as well multi-family properties that are used for residential and vacation purposes.

There are no real restrictions on foreign nationals purchasing real estate in Italy beyond a bit higher purchase registration tax that will be discussed later. This holds true for investment real estate as well as other types of real property in Italy.

Residential Real Estate in Italy – Single Family Properties

The biggest rush of selling when it comes to residential property has occurred outside some of the major cities in Rome. Many foreign nationals have involved themselves in this particular buying spree. Indeed, particularly people from the EU have actively made the purchase of homes and villas in rural areas of Italy to be used as second homes.

These people maintain that they are attracted to the easy going and relaxing lifestyle of life in rural Italy. (There have been some motion pictures in recent years set in such environments that many real estate experts in Italy maintain have further spurred the sales of rural residences in the Italian countryside.)

Residential Real Estate in Italy – Apartments in Italy

When it comes to finding private residences in the larger cities in Italy, apartments remain one of the most popular types of residential property bought and sold in the 21st century. Take for example the city of Rome. Apartments remain one of the most often conveyed forms of real property within the Italian capital city. (Of course, the limited amount of living space and the ever growing population of Rome have combined to make apartments invaluable residential assets in that city.)

Many foreign nationals have invested in apartments in the more major Roman cities over the course of the past decade for two primary reasons. First, these apartments are allowing these foreign nationals a second and oftentimes more affordable residence in one or another of the Roman major cities for their own purposes. Second, many people from other nations are making the purchase of these apartments in the larger cities in Italy to then be let or rented to other individuals.

Generally speaking, these investors who are purchasing apartments in Italy are renting to people who will be in Italy for an extended period of time on business. In the alternative, they are renting these apartments to individuals and families who have elected to spend an extended period of time in Italy, in one of the major Italian cities, on holiday.

Holiday Property in Italy

Vacation real estate remains a proverbial hot property in Italy at the present time. The demand for real estate in the major resort communities in Italy have sent the costs of real estate in those communities through the roof. With that said, many of the more healed foreign nationals continue to attempt to make the purchase of nicely situated real estate in the resort communities in Italy.

One of the other areas in which vacation real estate is selling at a brisk pace is in some of the more rural spots in Italy. As mentioned previously, many foreign nationals are taking to purchasing real estate and graceful homes in rural parts of Italy to be used for their second homes. Likewise, many foreign nationals are purchasing real estate in more remote and rural areas of Italy for use on family or other types of vacations and holidays.

In addition to using these properties for their own personal holiday or vacation purposes, many of these same foreign nationals are leasing these properties to other foreign nationals during those times of the year in which these owners are not occupying the properties themselves. As a consequence, many of these foreign nationals have been able to make their vacation properties pay for themselves. Indeed, there are some foreign nationals who have gone so far as to purchase more than one residential property in different locations in Italy. These individuals will use one or another of these residences at different times during the year and let them out to others the remainder of the time. These individuals have found this type of investment to be profitable.

Specific steps to buying real estate property in Italy

The real estate sales and purchasing process in Italy is fairly streamlined and not particularly complex. For the most part, a foreign national stands in the same shoes as does an Italian citizen, with one exception. When it comes to the purchase of real property in Italy, a foreign national must pay a 11% purchase registration tax after the sale itself is consummated. An Italian citizen must only pay a 4% purchase registration tax.

In Italy, the first step towards the purchase of real estate is the initial agreement between the parties. Once the initial agreement is signed and executed, there are some primary tasks that must be completed by the parties. For example, the buyer must obtain appropriate and sufficient financing. The seller must work to make certain that title to the property is free and clear of any and all encumbrances so that it can be conveyed to the buyer.

When this initial agreement is signed, the seller will post a deposit in the amount of at least 10% of the total purchase price of the real estate being sold. It is not uncommon in Italy for deposits to run as high as 50% of the overall purchase price of the property. Deposits in Italy tend to be higher than what is seen in many other countries around the world.

Generally speaking, the deposit is not refundable if the buyer simply decides that he or she does not want to buy the property. Indeed, the only real circumstances in which a buyer can obtain a refund of the deposit — even a hefty deposit of upwards to 50% of the purchase price — is when the buyer backs out of the deal or in circumstances when clear title to the real estate cannot be obtained within the time set forth in the initial agreement between the parties.

The real estate purchase process is overseen by a notary in Italy. The notary actually has more duties than is normally associated with a notary involved in real estate transactions in other countries the world over. For example, the notary in Italy is responsible for carrying out title searches to work to make certain that the title to the property is free and clear of any obvious defects or liens.

Many real estate experts in Italy recommend that a purchaser take the time to hire what is known as a geometra. The geometra will survey the physical boundaries of the property for sale to make sure that it actually does comport with what is listed on the legal description that is subject to a contract for sale. (These experts maintain that this particularly is important when it comes to older properties in Italy.)

The real estate purchasing process can take upwards to six months to complete in Italy. For this reason, unlike in many other countries around the world, it is a commonplace occurrence for a purchaser to move into residential property after the initial agreement is signed. In most countries around the world, the purchaser does not take possession of the property until the final agreement is executed and the deed to the property is transferred from the seller to the buyer

Property Abroad always recommends using a Solicitor or Lawyer.

Property Abroad’s directory Les Calvert writes interesting and useful articles on all subjects dealing with overseas investment property and buying property in Italy. Visit their website to view their property for sale in Italy and other useful information on buying property abroad.

Italy www.flyingmonk.com Tuscany stays at the heart of Italy and not only geographically. Siena is one of the most beautiful cities of Italy having a medieval town center looking like hundred of years ago, where almost everything is a work of art, where it is still run in July and August the Palio , a traditional horse racing competition dating from the old times. From Siena you go to San Gimignano de Belle Torre, a small romantic city, where not many of the Belle Torre are left but they still enchant. Florence is a must, with its museums, squares and basilicas. Michelangelo may not be still around but the city lives out of his heritage. Near Florence is Pisa with its Torre Pendente and the exquisitely sculpted baptistery and Lucca with its beautiful architecture. We visited also the enchanting small cities of Tuscany of Pienza. Montepulciano, Volterra and Certaldo. From there we enjoyed a day trip in the beautiful landscape of Cinque Terre.
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Affordable property rental in Italy

Affordable property rental in Italy

Property rental is a tricky subject and is a variable field. Rented villas and rented houses are often preferred by those moving to a new city, without a place of their own or by visitors. At Italica Online you can choose from many types of accommodations in Italy, such as Italy holiday rentals, Tuscany holiday villas, hotels in Italy and many other viable, quality and affordable alternatives. The rental market is always growing. Due to the current financial situation the prices are lower than few years ago.

Holyday tenting property can be done successfully online. It is advisable to go through a series of verifications, namely background checks, rental history, credit checks and many others. The company offers you samples from their wonderful selection of Italy villa rentals and sales.

The online solutions furnish all the comprehensive details that are essential in terms of a suitable property rental that can meet the desired requirements in terms of the suitable accommodation and housing solutions. Anyone who is looking for some amazing options that can suit the various eligibility criteria of these rental properties need to explore the online options at Italica Online because there are great detailed specifications of these rental properties furnished through property details, photographic representations in order to get a better view. At Italica Online you can choose from Italy holiday villa, farmhouses in Italy, country houses in Italy, Italian Villa rentals, Tuscany holiday villa and more others at convenient prices. People can enjoy stable monthly expenses. As the rents are very economical, people can easily afford the monthly payments. You can have a very enjoyable lifestyle.

As with any real estate, location counts more than any other factor. The best holiday properties offer a certain thing, a remarkable outlook of the sea, a villa with one or more pools, etc. Let it be known that longer distances or inaccessible streets make weekend journeys a depression, and that restricts your market. There are numerous fee benefits of a holiday residence and you should consider the levy tips on the chosen location to increase tax savings. You will probably want to use these rental services yearly. The company is online since 2002. So the quality of the services is guaranteed.

The Italy holiday rentals, Tuscany holiday villas, hotel in Italy, holiday accommodation in Italy, are required puzzle pieces in case you want to get the holiday of your life. Once you arrived you will want to stay forever and there is nothing impossible. The Tuscany villas are perfect for you and your family. In case you want villas without a pool maybe because your child did not learned to swim, they will show you luxury villas for sale with or without pool.

Finally, the advertised properties are available, cheap and offer good services.  Check the offer and find the most appropriate accommodation in Italy!

Here is the speech held at the AIESEC www.aiesec.org “51° Global Leaders Summit”, Rome 2009. First of all thanks to all the students attending the conference: you rock! :) The point of the talk was to share the experience of Internet in Italy, a country where Internet is still far to be widely used :( – 6 italians on 10 not using Internet yet; second last european country for internet usage – and focus on web opportunities for those people living in digital divide countries (for example what we are mainly dealing with here in Italy, and i guess in several countries around the world, is not only a technological, of infrastructure problem, but a cultural problem). With Codice Internet, www.codiceinternet.it an italian project based for the last six months I have been going around in Italy to various places, universities, squares, Parliament, conventions with 10 or 3000 people, festivals (!) meetings and all kinds of placeswhatever it takes to stay in contact with non internet people to divulge Internet and I’d really appreciate your feedback and suggestions about the digital divide matter. Thanks Marco Montemagno www.visualcv.com ps: few useful sources used in this talk Kevin Kelly www.kk.org www.ted.com www.kk.org Prof. Michael Wesch mediatedcultures.net www.youtube.com Doc Searls and David Weinberger www.worldofends.com David Weinberger www.hyperorg.com For presentation: Garr Reynolds www.presentationzen.com slide:ology blog.duarte.com

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Property for Sale in Abruzzo, Italy Country House & Vineyard

On sale on www.houseabruzzo.com, this modern farmhouse is situated near Casoli and is on offer with a vineyard and many other features. Visit www.houseabruzzo.com for more information.

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