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House-buyers beware is Alabama's rule for disclosure

If you are house-hunting in Alabama, one of the most important things to know is that the state is hands-off when it comes to disclosure requirements on the part of the homeowner. Alabama uses the rule of caveat emptor, or “let the buyer beware.” That means there are very few circumstances in which the seller must disclose problems with the home.

What info must companies disclose to franchisees?

In a world where get-rich-quick schemes abound, there are still many in Alabama who believe hard work is the way to get ahead. Hard work and a little starter money, anyway, which is the appeal of buying a franchise. If it’s a chain, the marketing is already done; all you need is a lot of hard work and some business savvy, and you may have found a way to support your family and build an investment that you can retire on.

How many pedestrians are killed annually?

Alabama drivers know the dangers that come from weather, road conditions and other drivers on the road that contribute to many thousands of accidents each year across the U.S. Pedestrians should know that they are at risk as well, and not just while they are crossing the street.

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