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While no hard-and-fast rules exist specifically governing young adults who live in their parents' home, family experts suggest several guidelines to make the situation run more smoothly for all concerned. The real trick ... More »

The basic rules of living in a modular home community revolve around the structural soundness of the homes, the safety and welfare of the residents, and the protection of the landlord's property. The specific rules are f... More »

Luxury retirement communities differ from nursing homes in that they offer the round-the-clock, in-house care found in a nursing home, but they also allow a resident to live independently in an apartment or with partial ... More »

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A 2011 study of differences in electrolyte and fluid balance in Advances in Chronic Kidney Disease between young adults and the elderly found that the most notable difference is the decreased ability of the elderly to re... More »

An eviction letter is typically sent as a reprimand or warning that failure to correct a situation may lead to eviction. Because most evictions require a court order and must comply with specific legal requirements, an a... More »