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New PA Lien Law Causes Confusion Among Realtors, Lenders
by Scott Perry | 2014/02/27

Recent changes to Pennsylvania's Lien Law have caused quite the confusion amongst the real estate, title and lending communities with regard to the indexing and reporting of delinquent property tax liens.  This article aims to help dispel some basic misunderstandings about the new law.

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Pennsylvania Supreme Court Reaffirms Dunham Rule
by Scott Perry | 2013/05/06

In a much anticipated ruling, The Supreme Court of Pennsylvania has upheld a long-standing principle of real property law in the Commonwealth, putting to rest an issue of great concern to landowners and energy companies all across the Keystone State.

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Anti-Proposition 8 Arguments Based on Feelings, Not Facts
by Scott Perry | 2013/03/03

I recently read an article by Meg Whitman, CEO of Hewlett-Packard, in which she outlines her reasons for joining “a prominent group of conservatives, moderate  Republicans and social libertarians” in signing onto an amicus brief in Hollingsworth v. Perry, a Supreme Court case challenging California’s Proposition 8.  In citing her reasons for opposing Prop. 8, Ms. Whitman states in her article that, “I feel the time has come to bestow marriage equality to same-sex couples,” arguing that there is “no legitimate, fact-based reason for providing different legal treatment of committed relationships between same-sex couples.”  I respectfully disagree.

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My Mother, The Meanie
by Scott Perry | 2012/05/13

Did you have a mean mother?  Well, if you were to ask me or any of my siblings, we had the meanest mother who ever lived.  If you don't believe me, just read on...

 

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The Sincerest Form Of Flattery?
by Scott Perry | 2011/12/22

I was originally going to post this to General Discussion, but it somehow seemed more appropriate here.  It has come to my attention that a fellow SOT member is truly impressed with the way I write.  So much so, that this member has seen fit to plagiarize the content of my advertising from SOT onto another website. 

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When Is A Gas Not A Gas?
by Scott Perry | 2011/11/20

The Pennsylvania Superior Court, one of the Keystone State’s intermediate level appellate courts, recently remanded back to the Susquehanna County Common Pleas Court a case which could have a potentially huge impact on the rights of Pennsylvania landowners.  This is a case which needs to be closely watched by every land title professional practicing in Pennsylvania.

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Heroes of the First Battle
by Scott Perry | 2011/09/10

The following was written by Mr. Jim Quinn, host of America's Morning Show, in the days just after the horrific terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and dedicated to the memory of the brave men and women whose courage and determination saved the lives of hundreds, if not thousands of their fellow citizens.

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Good to Go: Acer's Aspire Timeline X 5820T-6401 Is a Road-Ready Performer
by Scott Perry | 2011/07/24

A sturdy, compact, full-featured notebook computer with plenty of computing power and better-than-average battery life.

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PA Natural Gas Expo To Be Held July 21, 2011
by Scott Perry | 2011/07/19

Marcellus Shale gas is the hot energy commodity everyone’s talking about here in southwestern Pennsylvania these days, and a local media concern is hosting a one-day meet-and-greet to educate the public about this vast resource and what it means to the economic viability of our region.

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Federal Judge Declares "ObamaCare" Unconstitutional
by Scott Perry | 2011/02/01

A federal judge yesterday ruled in favor of 26 state governors and attorneys general (mostly Republicans) who have filed suit against the Obama administration, saying that the recently passed Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional. But administration officials say they will move forward despite the decision.

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