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Tyra Banks adds another Pacific Palisades property to her growing portfolio - Los Angeles Times

Los Angeles Times

Tyra Banks adds another Pacific Palisades property to her growing portfolio
Los Angeles Times
Tyra Banks seems to have caught another case of the real estate bug. The model and television personality recently bought an investment property in Pacific Palisades through her trust for $1.355 million. The Mediterranean-style town home, built in 1977 ...

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Tour Van Break-In - TMZ.com

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Tour Van Break-In
TMZ.com
Cops say Quan discovered someone had smashed the back window around 2 AM, and he told cops the thieves took between $1,500 and $2,000 worth of property. As we reported ... he recently got busted for felony weed possession in a different van just a ...


Lilburn plans to repeat property tax rate for 2017 - Atlanta Journal Constitution

Atlanta Journal Constitution

Lilburn plans to repeat property tax rate for 2017
Atlanta Journal Constitution
Lilburn is scheduled to adopt the 2017 property tax rate at 7:30 p.m. July 10 in council chambers at Lilburn City Hall, 340 Main St. The city is proposing to keep the property tax rate the same at 4.43 mills. At this rate, the city anticipates ...


Intellectual Property 101: What Your Business Needs To Know About Trademark Law - Forbes

Forbes

Intellectual Property 101: What Your Business Needs To Know About Trademark Law
Forbes
Co-author Teri Karobonik contributed to this post*. When you think of a “trademark” you may think of a logo (Apple's apple logo) or a product or service name (Forbes). You may even assume that trademarks are only a concern for internationally famous ...


Largest migration of property owners is still Gauteng and Western Cape - Business Day (registration)

Business Day (registration)

Largest migration of property owners is still Gauteng and Western Cape
Business Day (registration)
South Africans are playing real-estate checkers as property confidence in some of the country's upmarket suburbs fluctuates. They're migrating to provinces that offer better career prospects‚ quality of life‚ ease of travel and secure estate living ...

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Saga of bodies found in barrels on Clinton property is fake news - PolitiFact

PolitiFact

Saga of bodies found in barrels on Clinton property is fake news
PolitiFact
"Breaking: Barrels removed from Clinton property contained parts from 3 missing women," read the headline on a June 20, 2017, post on FreedomCrossroads.us. Facebook users flagged that post and others related to it as part of the social media site's ...


Supreme Court, Wisconsin hit property rights - Washington Times

Washington Times

Supreme Court, Wisconsin hit property rights
Washington Times
One of the cornerstones of liberty in America is property rights. In other nations, past and present, the sovereign could take a citizen's property and the citizen was simply out of luck. Our founding fathers so feared the power of the government to ...

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New Sullivan County property assessor appointed - Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)

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New Sullivan County property assessor appointed
Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)
BLOUTVILLE, Tenn. -- A Bristol commissioner resigned today to take on the role of Sullivan County's property assessor. Former Property Assessor Ron Hillman died on June 5. Bob White was appointed by the County Commission at its meeting today to serve ...
UPDATE: White sworn-in as Sullivan Co. property assessorWCYB

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Trump's effort to make America great must include strengthening intellectual property rights - The Hill (blog)

The Hill (blog)

Trump's effort to make America great must include strengthening intellectual property rights
The Hill (blog)
The founding fathers specifically created a system of intellectual property rights that rewarded innovation and encouraged the sharing of technological breakthroughs. That IP system is why the United States is the world's leader in science and technology.

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How Bad Intellectual Property Laws Hurt Classic Video Game - Forbes - Forbes

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How Bad Intellectual Property Laws Hurt Classic Video Game - Forbes
Forbes
The economic purpose of intellectual property is to incentivize the creation of products that would not otherwise be created. These laws can benefit consumers, ...
Rumor: SNES Classic in development, built to 'get headlines and foot traffic'Destructoid

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