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what are the statutes of limitations on Real Estate Fraud?

Using an alias to transfer Real property and business.
  • September 11 2013 - Melbourne
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Great answer, Mike. 
  • September 11 2013
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Were they using an alias or was the property held and transferred in the name of a trust, llc or corporation? And did they have legal title to the property they sold? That may determine whether or not fraud was involved. But with so few facts, it's difficult to say whether fraud was intended. Plus, the statute of limitations often varies dependent on the fraud involved.
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