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House Torn Down by Accident in Texas

There was an interesting article in the news lasted week about a woman in Texas whose house was torn down by mistake when a demolition crew accidentally tore down her house.  The article appeared throughout the media last week – the apparent cause was a Google Maps mistake that lead the workers to the wrong house.  This is an almost unbelievable story, but it brings up a number of important issues. Our Los Angeles based real estate attorneys have answered several related questions, below, to shed more light on this incident: How could this happen?  This is really the developer’s or contractor’s mistake.  They should have verified the address outside of looking at a google map.  From a legal perspective, contractors, builders and homeowners are

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