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What Documents To Review At A Closing For A Mortgage

- What Documents To Review At A Closing For A Mortgage Three important mortgage documents 1.     Mortgage 2.     Note 3.     HUD-1 Settlement Statement Mortgage •     People who sign only have an interest in the property and our not responsible to pay for the loan •     Make sure the correct legal description and address are listed •     Gives the rights of the mortgage company o     Usually very standard •     Secures the note •     Gives the lender a claim against the home if you fail to live up to the terms of the loan Note •     Those who sign the note are responsible for paying the mortgage and their credit will be effected (positively and/or negatively) by the loan •     States the in...   [tags: Mortgage Closing Documents]

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Construction Documents And Design Of A Project

- Construction Documents Primarily, construction documents are a vibrant instrument of communication. Construction documents explain the design of a project from an idea to physical form. They describe, in detail, the components of a project that need to be contrived and collected in order for a project to be built. These documents will serve numerous purposes. First, they help translate the needs of the owner into a buildable format. Second, they allow the owner to put the project out for bid. They also provide inclusive instructions to the contractor as to how the project should be built....   [tags: Construction, Contract, Gentlemen's agreement]

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The Jesuit Relations And Allied Documents

- This primary source document has been collected, translated, and published into the Jesuit Relations and Allied Documents. Due to several language translations and lack of a professional editor, it is noted that many of the documents collected have errors. This specific entry is titled Jesuit 's Interpretation of Gender Roles and dated 1633. The author is also listed as Pierre Biard, however the author and/or date is very questionable and possibly wrong. I will explain my disagreements later on, but for the sake of this review let us just say the author is Pierre Biard....   [tags: Native Americans in the United States]

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The Documents Of The Slave Trade

- Armand Martin LSP – 200 02/14/2016 Slave Trade Case Study Paper The documents of the slave trade case study contains documents, which were authored by individuals closely connected to the slave trade. Gomes Eannes de Azurara was a Portuguese chronicler who provided details about the early voyages on the west coast of Africa and the capture of Africans in the slave trade. The primary source that Azurara wrote was titled The Chronicle of the Discovery and Conquest of Guinea written in 1450. The second primary source titled Practices and Contracts of Merchants was written by Fray Tomas De Mercado in 1587....   [tags: Atlantic slave trade, Slavery, African slave trade]

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Documents as Research Tools

- Methodology Essay, Week 9 Documents offer researchers a valuable tool for gaining unobtrusive insight into study subjects. Documents, which Hatch defines as “official written communication”, may take many forms, including manuals, newsletters, emails, memos, policy statements, and more (Hatch, 2002, p.117). They may be utilized in qualitative research to gain a view into official practices, beliefs, and policies in a manner that is far less subject to the interpretations of the researcher. In “School Improvement Plans in Schools on Probation: A Comparative Content Analysis across Three Accountability Systems”, official documents consisted of school improvement plans created by schools des...   [tags: Educational Leadership]

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Three Documents on Immigration

- ... This can be seen when Catharine writes about her first months as a settler “The only road that was available for bringing up goods for the nearest town was on the opposite side of the water, which was obliged to be crossed in a log.” This shows the reader just how undeveloped the area was when they arrived, and how much Traill and her family had to do just to survive. Just how unprepared Susanna Moodie was when she arrived can also be found in her writing of her first visit to her new home “I gazed upon the place in perfect dismay, for I had never seen such a shed called a house before.” This also proves that Canada really was not what Susanna was hoping for, as she had not even set fo...   [tags: K. Parr Traill, Mary Ann Shadd, Susanna Moodie]

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US Historical Documents

- After the French and Indian War ended, Britain imposed many new policies upon the colonists . Britain had the goal of making a profit from the colonies, yet the colonists saw these policies as an inconvenience. As the colonists grew more upset with the British crown, they started seeking independence. The road to independence included important documents that are recorded in today's history books. These documents included the Albany Plan of Union (1754), Declaration of Tights and Grievances (1774), the Declaration of Independence (1776), the Articles of Confederation (1777), Treaty of Paris (1783),and the US Constitution (1789)....   [tags: U.S. History ]

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Ficial Documents Of The Salem Witch Trials

- The official documents of the Salem Witch Trials are the topic of much discussion and debate as they describe and detail the part of American history that is a hot topic of fiction novels and movies. The act of witchcraft so collectively loved by viewers, from fans of Hocus Pocus to Charmed, is so disconnected from reality that it makes it hard to believe that the Witch Trials were entirely real, fatal, and lacked any sort of happy ending. Yet, what is often overlooked is the minute specifics of the trial documents that could reveal hidden particulars of the events that occurred surrounding the witch trials as well as the way these documents have been presented to the public....   [tags: Salem witch trials, Witchcraft, Witch trials]

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Freedom Of Two Documents By Thomas Paine

- Freedom of Two Documents The period before the American Revolution was a contentious time between the English colonies and the motherland. Having been under the yoke of the English mainland for the last 120 years with little influence on the political process, rumblings about independence and self- determination began to resonate throughout the land. The issue that was keeping people from embracing it was loyalty to the crown, a dependence on the British government for supplies, and the powerful British military....   [tags: United States Declaration of Independence]

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Marked Up Languages on Electronic Documents

- Markup Languages (HTML,DHTML,XML) Developed by Tim Berners-Lee in 1990, HTML is short for Hypertext Markup Language and is a language used to create electronic documents, especially pages on the World Wide Web that contain connections called hyperlinks to other pages. Every web page you see on the Internet, including this one contains HTML code that helps format and show text and images in an easy to read format. Without HTML a browser would not know how to format a page and would only display plain text with no formatting that contained no links....   [tags: internet, code, google]

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