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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - George Yeonas
The hustle and bustle of December and January represent the busiest time of the year - professionally and personally - for most people as they rush to complete year-end projects and shop and travel and entertain for the December holidays and New Year's. But that's not the case for those involved in real estate.
Real estate attorney George Yeonas noted that this advice makes sense legally as well.
"You're still on the hook because you're the owner," he said, noting that slip-and-fall protection is pretty standard in most homeowner insurance policies. "If someone were to sue you, it would be on your insurance carrier to fight that claim."