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March 2018 Archives

The land use review process in Vancouver

Vancouver strictly controls land use within the city limits. The city is divided into various zoning districts, and each has a specific set of regulations that control land use, building height and type of structure. Every proposal to erect, demolish or rehabilitate a structure, develop a parcel of real estate or modify the use of a structure must go through the city's land use review process.

Business owners: is it better to lease or own office space?

Owning a Washington small business requires many important decisions, including where you should operate your company. Having space for your business operations is crucial, but you may be unsure whether you should rent your space or take steps to purchase it. This is an important decision, and there are many important factors to consider. 

How does a Breathalyzer work?

Most people living in Vancouver have heard the term "breathalyzer" even if they have never seen or used one. All police departments in the state of Washington use breathalyzers to obtain an estimate of the amount of alcohol in the blood stream of a driver who is suspected of drunk driving.

What is a reaffirmation agreement?

Most people in Vancouver who decide to file a petition in bankruptcy expect to have their debts eliminated or significantly reduced. Sometimes, however, a debtor may find benefits to agreeing with the creditor to repay the debt in full even though the obligation is eligible to be entirely discharged in the bankruptcy proceeding. When this happens, the debtor may elect to enter into a "reaffirmation agreement" with the creditor.

Twenty-year-old drunk driver kills two in head-on crash

Many people in Oregon do not realize that the penalties for DUI increase dramatically in an accident that causes death or serious bodily injury. A young woman from Canby, Oregon, is now facing these consequences as the result of a head-on collision that police blame on the woman's drunk driving.

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