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Self Storage Industry – Competitive Landscape

This article is one in a series, covering the self-storage industry, a sub-sector of the commercial real estate market. The article will be used to discuss the competitive landscape of the self-storage industry. Included in the article is a discussion … Continue reading

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Self Storage Real Estate – Industry Performance

This article is part of a series covering the self-storage industry, a sub-sector of the commercial real estate investment banking market. This article will present the overall performance of the self-storage industry. Included in the report is a discussion of … Continue reading

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M.D. Fla: If you kill someone in self defense, can you still collect on their life insurance policy?

Stephenson v. Prudential Ins. Co. of Am., 2016 WL 6568085 (M.D. Fla. Nov. 4, 2016) If you murder someone, you can’t collect on their life insurance policy. This is one of several iterations of the common-law “slayer rule” that’s codified … Continue reading

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Thoughts on Systems Of Health Insurance

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Mindless Self Indulgence Get Tight Again

Mindless Self Indulgence Get Tight Again Mindless Self Indulgence’s highly sought debut album, Tight, will be reissued Read more on antiMUSIC

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