Congratulations, the seller has accepted your purchase offer! You are anxious to close the deal and take possession of the property within 60 days from the seller’s acceptance date. You have been made aware of potential title issues that may delay the closing. You have asked title company to provide you with a preliminary title search to identify any title defects. Your review of the preliminary title search has revealed the following:
Appurtenant easement (your property is the dominant tenement)
Easement in gross (the easement owner is dead)
Specific lien for the first mortgage placed against the property by the seller
Mechanics lien recorded by new window replacement contractor for unpaid materials and installation services
Lien recorded by property association for last year’s unpaid annual dues
Lien for unpaid real estate taxes
Address the following in your initial post:
Describe the difference between the appurtenant easement and easement in gross. Will either of them cause a delay in closing? Why or why not?
Describe the differences between the specific lien and mechanics lien? Will either of them cause a delay in closing? Why or why not?
Identify the lien classification type for the unpaid association dues and the delinquent real estate taxes. Will either of them cause a delay in closing? Why or why not?
How are lien priorities established and which one of the above liens has the highest priority?
three dancers each try individually to get out of the window, a teasing four metres above their heads. They soon think of using each other to help reach up to the window, and start co-operating to the point of climbing up one another’s backs to standing on shoulders. (An example of the physical skill demand in DV8’s movement material). Perhaps Newson is suggesting that only if homosexuals work together can they fight prejudice and negativity? How there needs to be a strong sense of unity amongst homosexuals, based on their shared experiences of alienation and rejection. In the third piece ‘The Pedestal’ Newson again seems to address the issue of denial. A male dancer is sitting on the shoulder of another male dancer. The dancer carrying the other walks non stop in a circle for about three minutes. Obviously the weight of carrying a whole male’s body, particularly on just one shoulder is very demanding, and so he struggles to walk around upright and soon becomes pushed to a crouch. The way the dancer fights for as long as he possibly can, could be taken to suggest the idea of a homosexual in denial. How the weight of going against what is such a natural part of you can been very hard, and will eventually crush (kill?) you. In an interview with the telegraph, Newson speaks about his beliefs and his position as a homosexual artist. He explains, “I am a politician already. Battling with the politics of dance, and the politics of life. If I can carry on those battles with a loudspeaker- which you can do when you have company that gives public performances – then I will. DV8 is my loudspeakerâ€¦ The direct line between what we felt and what we showed – we felt angry, we showed anger immediately. And it got to a point when we burned ourselves out.” (Brown, 2003, online) Dead Dreams is a powerful work that draws you into the world of the homosexual and confronts you with your own prejudices. It has an integrity based on what one feels to be the gritty truth about the negative attitudes and insecurities regarding homosexuality which Newson obviously still feel permeate U.K. society today and the dangers that many homosexuals still face because of this. 3 Oscar Wilde Oscar Wilde was a successful poet and playwright who produced most of his work in the late 19th century. The Victorian society in which Wilde lived stressed the need for family values and a faithful religious way of life. Although everyone knew that homosexuality existed most pretended to not know anything about it and homosexuals were forced to live secret lives. ‘Homosexuals came mainly from the upper and middle classes and had both the financial and social life to enable them to engage in homosexual activities.’ (Hilliard, 1982, online) Many were married and lived double lives and were flamboyantly dressed. ‘During the 1880s and 90s societies attitudes towards homosexuality changed significantly.’ What before was thought of as ‘sinful behaviour’, views of homosexuality altered into believing it was nothing but a sickness. (Hilliard, 1982, online) However the ‘Labouchère Amendment of the Criminal Law Act’ of 1885 ‘criminalised all homosexual acts by males in private and public,’ and this legislation eventually led to Oscar Wilde being prosecuted. (Hilliard, 1982, online)>GET ANSWER