Unit 2 Discussion

Unit 2 Discussion - Unit 2 Discussion PA 300 Real Estate...

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Unit 2 Discussion PA 300 Real Estate Law 1. Does your state have a "cooling off" law to prevent time share scams? Alabama – No data available Alaska – 15 days Arkansas – 5 days Arizona – 7 days California – 7 days Colorado – 5 days Connecticut – 3 days Delaware – 3 days District of Columbia – No data available Florida – 10 days Georgia – 7 days (business) Hawaii – 7 days Idaho – No data available Illinois – 5 days Indiana – 3 days (business) Iowa – 5 days Kentucky – 5 days (business) Louisiana – 7 days Maine – 10 days Maryland – 10 days Massachusetts – 3 days Michigan – 5 days Minnesota – 5 days Mississippi – 7 days Missouri – 7 days (business) Montana – 7 days Nevada – 5 days New Hampshire – 5 days New Jersey – 7 days New Mexico – 7 days New York – 7 days North Carolina – 5 days North Dakota – No data available Ohio – 3 days Oklahoma – No data available Oregon – 5 days Pennsylvania – 5 days Rhode Island – 5 days (business)
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This note was uploaded on 01/02/2012 for the course PA 310 taught by Professor Zakrocki during the Winter '11 term at Kaplan University.

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