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Mark Warda has been an attorney for over 20 years and is the author of over 60 self-help law books. He is the pressident of Land Trust Service Corporation, a company which sets up Florida land trusts for clients.
This 2002 book is up to date with a wealth of information concerning land trusts. Written by a Florida Attorney with 20 years experience, and author of 60 books, this book is thorough and comprehensive. One of the best part of the book is Appendix A which has a page for each of the fifty states as well as Washington, District of Columbia detailing the requirements by state and even court cases dealing with trusts in that state. There is also another Appendix B which has all the forms needed for a trust from deeds, to co-trustee etc. In all there are 27 forms. There is also a bibliography and a list of court cases applying to trusts. And there is the all importance, for easy reference, index at the back of the book. The text part of the book is 124 pages covering set-up, benefits, operations, litigation, financing, buying, selling, taxes Federal and state, security laws, and the pitfalls/drawbacks/concerns of land trusts. This is the most complete text on the subject that is geared to the layman non-attorney. However, the author recommends and I concur, that you should consult with a local, knowledgeable attorney before jumping into a land trust.
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