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Local Organizations Providing Legal Assistance
Mid-Hudson Library System Online Catalog
Justia -"Ask a Lawyer" Free Service
Selected Websites for Legal Definitions and General Information
Selected Print Resources for Legal Information
Books on legal topics can be found within the Dewey Call number range 344-349. You can also search our Online Catalog using keywords plus the word "LAW" or "LEGAL" (e.g.- tenant law)
Everybody's Guide to Small Claims Court by
Publication Date: 2018-03-30
Win your small claims case! You don't need a lawyer to win in small claims court. You need to know how to prepare and present your own case.
Leases and Rental Agreements by
Publication Date: 2019-08-27
Create a solid, binding lease that complies with your state laws If you rent out residential real estate, you need to create documents that are legally valid where your rental property is located. Every state's rules are different when it comes to what landlords must include in their leases, and stationery store forms don't tell you what you need to know.
Finding the Answers to Legal Questions by
Publication Date: 2010-10-01
More people than ever are choosing to represent themselves in court and use the library as their primary, if not only, source for obtaining accurate, up-to-date legal information and legal research advice.
Becoming a U. S. Citizen by
Publication Date: 2019-09-24
Everything you need to become a naturalized U.S. citizen The sooner a green card holder becomes a U.S. citizen, the sooner he or she gains a host of benefits: the right to vote and apply for certain federal jobs, faster immigration for family, protection against deportation or new anti-immigration legislation, and more.
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