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In Property Law

No. A horse would be considered personal property/ No. A horse would be considered personal property/ No. A horse would be considered personal property/ No. A horse would b…e considered personal property/ (MORE)

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Property Locators are regular people, just like you and I that want more out of life than the insecurity of a nine to five. They have an interest in the lucrative field of rea…l estate investing, and are constantly on the look out for solid deals that they can pass on to active wholesalers at prices that make financial sense. In return,
Property Locators get free, real world experience in real estate investing while working with wholesalers and other real estate professionals, all the while earning cash fast. They can easily earn $3,000 to $5,000 a month part-time, doubling or more those figures full-time. Success of course depends on your level of commitment, your skill at working with others, and your ability to listen and learn. Why do people choose to become Property Locators? People chose this field for all kinds of reasons. They may have grown tired of working for an unappreciative boss or may have reached a place where they realize that they need to do more. They may have a desire to have more control of their finances, or just want to have a higher quality of life. For whatever the reason, becoming a Property Locator solves a need that has to be addressed right now, and for many has proven to be a reliable path to a highly successful real estate investing career.
What are the benefits of becoming a Property Locator? The benefits to becoming a Property Locator are too numerous to define. Where else can you get to learn and earn an unlimited amount of income without the risks of holding real estate or damaging your credit? As a Property Locator, you aren’t the one signing the contracts, nor are you running the risk of going broke repairing houses. Your wholesalers handles all of that for you., allowing you to focus on finding great deals. You are your own boss in this business, giving you the flexibility to work when and where you want to. What is required to become a successful Property Locator and Investor? To be successful in this business, you will first of all need to possess a burning desire to succeed and learn. This means that you must have the motivation necessary to go out there and do those things that most people don’t have the strength to do for themselves. Most people are resigned to sitting back and reacting to life. Business doesn’t work like that, you have to be proactive to succeed. You have to be willing to go to the ends of the earth to learn whatever new skill is required to help you achieve your goals. (MORE)

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The real numbers form a field. This is a set of numbers with two [binary] operations defined on it: addition (usually denoted by +) and multiplication (usually denoted by *) s…uch that: the set is closed under both operations. That is, for any elements x and y in the set, x + y and x * y belongs to the set.the operations are commutative. That is, for all x and y in the set, x + y = y + x, and x * y = y * x.multiplication is distributive over addition. That is, for any three elements x, y and z in the set, x*(y + z) = x*y + x*zthe set contains identity elements under both operations. That is, for addition, there is an element, usually denoted by 0, such that x + 0 = x = 0 + x for all x in the set. For multiplication, there is an element, usually denoted by 1, such that y *1 = y = 1 * y for all y in the set.for every x in the set there is an additive inverse which belongs to the set, and for every non-zero element x there is a multiplicative inverse which belongs to the set. That is for every x, there is an element denoted by (-x) such that x + (-x) = 0, and for every non-zero element y in the set, there is an element y-1 such that y*y-1 = 1. (MORE)

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Properties of real numbers In this lesson we look at some properties that apply to all real numbers. If you learn these properties, they will help you solve… problems in algebra. Let's look at each property in detail, and apply it to an algebraic expression. #1. Commutative properties The commutative property of addition says that we can add numbers in any order. The commutative property of multiplication is very similar. It says that we can multiply numbers in any order we want without changing the result. addition 5a + 4 = 4 + 5a multiplication 3 x 8 x 5b = 5b x 3 x 8 #2. Associative properties Both addition and multiplication can actually be done with two numbers at a time. So if there are more numbers in the expression, how do we decide which two to "associate" first? The associative property of addition tells us that we can group numbers in a sum in any way we want and still get the same answer. The associative property of multiplication tells us that we can group numbers in a product in any way we want and still get the same answer. addition (4x + 2x) + 7x = 4x + (2x + 7x) multiplication 2x2(3y) = 3y(2x2) #3. Distributive property The distributive property comes into play when an expression involves both addition and multiplication. A longer name for it is, "the distributive property of multiplication over addition." It tells us that if a term is multiplied by terms in parenthesis, we need to "distribute" the multiplication over all the terms inside. 2x(5 + y) = 10x + 2xy Even though order of operations says that you must add the terms inside the parenthesis first, the distributive property allows you to simplify the expression by multiplying every term inside the parenthesis by the multiplier. This simplifies the expression. #4. Density property The density property tells us that we can always find another real number that lies between any two real numbers. For example, between 5.61 and 5.62, there is 5.611, 5.612, 5.613 and so forth. Between 5.612 and 5.613, there is 5.6121, 5.6122 ... and an endless list of other numbers! #5. Identity property The identity property for addition tells us that zero added to any number is the number itself. Zero is called the "additive identity." The identity property for multiplication tells us that the number 1 multiplied times any number gives the number itself. The number 1 is called the "multiplicative identity." Addition 5y + 0 = 5y Multiplication 2c × 1 = 2c * * * * * The above is equally true of the set of rational numbers. One of the main differences between the two, which was used by Dedekind in defining real numbers is that a non-empty set of real numbers that is bounded above has a least upper bound. This is not necessarily true of rational numbers. (MORE)

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Title is alienated by transfer of ownership to another such as by executing a deed or mortgage. It is a recognized right associated with fee absolute.

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The transfer is done by the executor of the estate once the estate is settled. The will indicates who gets the rights in the property, but they are still subject to mortgage a…nd liens and other items. (MORE)

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The standard properties of equality involving real numbers are: Reflexive property: For each real number a, a = a Symmetric property: For each real number a, for each real n…umber b, if a = b, then b = a Transitive property: For each real number a, for each real number b, for each real number c, if a = b and b = c, then a = c The operation of addition and multiplication are of particular importance. Also, the properties concerning these operations are important. They are: Closure property of addition: For every real number a, for every real number b, a + b is a real number. Closure property of multiplication: For every real number a, for every real number b, ab is a real number. Commutative property of addition: For every real number a, for every real number b, a + b = b + a Commutative property of multiplication: For every real number a, for every real number b, ab = ba Associative property of addition: For every real number a, for every real number b, for every real number c, (a + b) + c = a + (b + c) Associative property of multiplication: For every real number a, for every real number b, for every real number c, (ab)c = a(bc) Identity property of addition: For every real number a, a + 0 = 0 + a = a Identity property of multiplication: For every real number a, a x 1 = 1 x a = a Inverse property of addition: For every real number a, there is a real number -a such that a + -a = -a + a = 0 Inverse property of multiplication: For every real number a, a ≠ 0, there is a real number a^-1 such that a x a^-1 = a^-1 x a = 1 Distributive property: For every real number a, for every real number b, for every real number c, a(b + c) = ab + bc The operation of subtraction and division are also important, but they are less important than addition and multiplication. Definitions for the operation of subtraction and division: For every real number a, for every real number b, for every real number c, a - b = c if and only if b + c = a For every real number a, for every real number b, for every real number c, a ÷ b = c if and only if c is the unique real number such that bc = a The definition of subtraction eliminates division by 0. For example, 2 ÷ 0 is undefined, also 0 ÷ 0 is undefined, but 0 ÷ 2 = 0 It is possible to perform subtraction first converting a subtraction statement to an addition statement: For every real number a, for every real number b, a - b = a + (-b) In similar way, every division statement can be converted to a multiplication statement: a ÷ b = a x b^-1. (MORE)

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In Algebra

The real number system is a mathematical field. To start with, the Real number system is a Group . This means that it is a set of elements (numbers) with a binary operation… (addition) that combines any two elements in the set to form a third element which is also in the set. The Group satisfies four axioms: closure, associativity, identity and invertibility. .
Closure means that for all real numbers x and y, x+y is real. .
Associativity means that for all real number x, y and z, (x+y)+z = x+(y+z). .
Identity means that there is a real number, denoted by 0, such that for all real numbers x, x+0 = x = 0+x. .
Invertibility means that for any real number x, there exists a real number y such that x+y = 0. y is denoted by -x. In addition, it is a Ring . A ring is an Abelian group (that is, addition is commutative) and it has a second binary operation (multiplication) that is defined on its elements. This second operation is distributive over the first. .
Abelian means for all real x and y, x+y = y+x. .
Distributivity requires that for all real x, y and z, x*(y+z) = x*y + x*z. And finally, a Field is a Ring over which division - by non-zero numbers - is defined. .
For any real x and y, where y is not 0, x/y is a real number. There are several mathematical terms above which have been left undefined to keep the answer to a manageable size. All these algebraic structures are more than a term's worth of studying. You can find out more about them using Wikipedia but be sure to select the hit that has "mathematical" in it! (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4 20c + 5 = 5c …+65 20c - 5c= 65 - 5.
15c = 60.
15c/15 = 60/15.
c = 4 (alternative method). (MORE)

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Anything that is not land or the buildings thereon is generally not real property. However, fixtures (items of personal property that are affixed or attached to the real p…roperty) may become part of the real property. What counts as a fixture is a very complex and state-specific question. (MORE)