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What happens if a property is written a violation, and then sold?

"We're Glad You Asked That"

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At the MTA 2019 “We’re Glad You Asked That” Q&A segment, Attorney Kyle O’Meara answers the question “If a property is written a violation, and then sold, but the new owner is unaware, what happens?”

At the MTA 2019 Conference, our attorney’s hosted our annual Question and Answer panel to address the questions you submitted. Our panel included Bill Fahey, Kyle O’Meara, Jacob Witte, and Matthew Kuschel, hosted by Christopher Patterson. Between them, this panel represents decades of experience in sectors ranging municipal law, public utilities, labor & employment, and more. Questions include everything from Medical Marihuana to land use permits. New clips will be shared monthly in our E-Newsletter.

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