Heirs property is a significant legal issue for homeowners and communities across the American southeast. Previously, however, it was difficult to assess know the extent of heirs property; therefore it has been difficult to assess its impact on communities. This paper proposes a method for identifying heirs property and judging community impact and uses Wake County, North Carolina as a case study for these methods. The second part of this paper discusses current and proposed options for communities dealing with heirs property.
Urban Wellness: Towards Restorative Environments in Hospitals
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