|Statement||William Jay Lippman.|
|Series||PLI Press"s real estate library|
|LC Classifications||KF581.Z9 L572|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (loose-leaf) ;|
|LC Control Number||00109350|
The book "Condominium and Co-op Closings" by William Jay Lippman is a practical guide to residential and commercial properties in the United States. Published in 2000, it provides valuable insights and comprehensive information on the intricacies of conveyancing, condominium laws and legislation, as well as cooperative housing laws and legislation in the United States.
The ISBN-10 codes for this book are 0872241386. The subjects covered in the book include:
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The book "Condominium and Co-op Closings" by William Jay Lippman was published in New York, USA. As a practical guide to residential and commercial properties, it offers valuable insights and guidance on navigating the legal complexities of condo and co-op closings in the United States.
"Condominium and Co-op Closings" by William Jay Lippman is a highly informative book that provides practical guidance on residential and commercial properties in the United States. With its comprehensive coverage of conveyancing, condominium laws, and cooperative housing laws, it is a valuable resource for anyone involved in real estate transactions. Download the book in PDF format or read it online for free to gain valuable insights into the intricacies of condo and co-op closings.
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