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Who Owns What and Where: How to Determine Who the Defendants Are in a Premises Liability Case

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Date Published

January 23, 2019


Washington State Association for Justice


Premises Liability


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This webinar will review real estate principles relating to ownership and possessory rights to property with the premises liability case in mind. We will review the different kinds of ownership (fee simple being the most common) possessory rights including leaseholds, easements, licenses, joint use agreements and related issues. We will also review surveys, how to read them and why they are important in a premises liability case.

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Catherine C. Clark
Law Office Of Catherine C. Clark PLLC

Catherine C. Clark, or “Cat” as she is also known, is a graduate of the University of Washington and Gonzaga University... Read More

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Who Owns What and Where: How to Determine Who the Defendants Are in a Premises Liability Case - Video
Who Owns What and Where: How to Determine Who the Defendants Are in a Premises Liability Case - Paper
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