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Warning consumers of furnace cleaning scams; Important tips to winterizing …

Warning consumers of furnace cleaning scams; Important tips to winterizing …
News from Huron Daily Tribune:

Whatever your heating needs are this fall and winter, make sure you hire a certified professional from a reputable company to do the job. Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs (LARA) Director Steven H. Hilfinger offers some sensible tips to help consumers avoid paying for needless heating repairs and equipment.

“Most mechanical contractors are reputable, competent, and fair,” Hilfinger said. “Unfortunately, at this time of year, we see more activity from furnace ‘scam artists’ who try and take advantage of unsuspecting homeowners, especially senior citizens, by scaring them into unnecessary repairs or replacement, and scamming them out of a lot of money. We want to alert consumers to avoid becoming victims of this fraudulent and unscrupulous practice.”

The Bureau of Construction Codes in LARA offers the following tips to help consumers recognize questionable and potentially fraudulent con…………… continues on Huron Daily Tribune

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Tips for Drafting Ski Property Rental Agreements
News from First Tracks:

Salt Lake City, UT – It’s that time of year again. Winter is just around the corner and skiers and snowboarders are beginning to book their winter getaways. Most homeowners and real estate agents are focused on getting their properties ready for the busy ski season ahead. Understandably, the rental agreement they use to rent those properties is often one of the last things they consider. After all, many have a form agreement – often the same one they have used for years – and use it for every rental. The importance of a good lease is often overlooked.

Why should a homeowner or real estate agent care about having a well-drafted lease, particularly when the chances of litigation are remote? Simple. A good lease affords powerful protections. Basic issues like nightly rates, cleaning fees, and damage deposits are only a small part of any good rental agreement.  A lease sets expectations in advance, can prevent problems before they arise and puts the law more cle…………… continues on First Tracks
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