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Works under MDS 346.75
- How to form your own corporation without a lawyer for under $50.00 by Ted Nicholas
- Virginia Hasn't Always Been for Lovers: Interracial Marriage Bans and the Case of Richard and Mildred Loving by Phyl Newbeck
- "Landlord's Rights and Duties in Florida, 9E" (Legal Survival Guides) by Mark Warda
- The Condominium Concept: A Practical Guide for Officers, Owners and Directors of Florida Condominiums, Eighth Edition by Peter Dunbar
- Cherokee Nation V. Georgia: Native American Rights (Landmark Supreme Court Cases) by Victoria Sherrow
- Twice Condemned: Slaves and the Criminal Laws of Virginia, 1705-1865 by Philip J. Schwarz
- Folk on the Delaware General Corporation Law: Fundamentals, 2008 Edition by Edward P. Welch
- How to Form Your Own Corporation Without a Lawyer for Under $75 (How to Form Your Own Corporation Without a Lawyer for Under $7500) by Ted Nicholas
- Georgia Land Surveying History and Law by Farris W. Cadle
- Agrarianism and Reconstruction Politics: The Southern Homestead Act by Michael L. Lanza
- Power of Attorney Kit by M. Stephen Georgas
- When Someone Dies in Florida: All the Legal and Practical Things You Need to Do When Someone Near to You Dies in the State of Florida by Amelia E. Pohl
- Down to the Waterline: Boundaries, Nature, and the Law in Florida by Sara Warner
- Maryland family law by John F. Fader
- Settling Estates in North Carolina: A Step-By-Step Guide by Jane J. Young
- Straight Talk about South Carolina Divorce Law by Robert N. Rosen
- How to start a business in North Carolina by Jacqueline D. Stanley
- How to Start a Business in Georgia (Legal Survival Guides) by II Charles Robertson
- Abstracts of Georgia colonial conveyance book, C-1, 1750-1761 by Frances Howell Beckemeyer
- How to Start a Business in Florida, 7E (Legal Survival Guides) by Mark Warda
- "Start a Business in Maryland, Virginia, or the District of Columbia, 2E" (Start a Business in Maryland, Virginia, or the District of Columbia) by James E. Burk
- North Carolina Real Estate Law by Neal R. Bevans
- How to Form a Delaware Corporation from Any State: With Forms (Legal Survival Guides) by Mark Warda
- File for Divorce in Georgia, 7E (Legal Survival Guides) by Haman
- Georgia law of torts : 2010-2011 edition by Charles R. Adams III
- Florida Divorce Handbook 5th ed. (Florida Divorce Handbook: A Comprehensive Source of Legal Information & Practical Advice) by Gerald B. Keane
- Land Trusts in Florida with CD, 8E by Mark Warda
- Your North Carolina Wills, Trusts, & Estates Explained Simply: Important Information You Need to Know for North Carolina Residents (Back-To-Basics) by Linda C. Ashar Attorney at Law
- Writing Contracts: A Distinct Discipline by Peter Siviglia
- Georgia Real Estate Law and Procedure, with Forms by George A. Pindar
- The Heart of the Serpent: Mystical Journeys to the Core of Life by Luis De La Lama
- A Will Is Not Enough in Florida by Amelia E. Pohl
- Maryland tort law handbook by Richard J Gilbert
- How to File for Divorce in North Carolina : With Forms (Legal Survival Guides) by Jacqueline D. Stanley
- Incorporate in Florida by Mark Warda
- Guide to the takeover law of Delaware . by Craig B. Smith
- Introduction to zoning by David W. Owens
- How to file for divorce in Florida : with forms by Edward A. Haman
- Start a Business in Florida, 8E by Mark Warda
- Folk on the Delaware general corporation law by wardrodman
- Zoning regulations and rules in the District of Columbia : including the Zoning regulations effective May 12, 1958, the rules of practice and procedure before the Zoning Commission effective October 26, 1979, the supplemental rules of practice and procedure before the Board of Zoning Adjustment effective August 27, 1982, schedule of fees for filing applications before the Board of Zoning Adjustment effective September 23, 1983 : all containing amendments through January 1, 1986 by District of Columbia.
- How to File for Divorce in Georgia: With Forms (Legal Survival Guides Series) by Charles T. Robertson
- Florida Divorce Handbook: A Comprehensive Source of Legal Information and Practical Advice (Florida Divorce Handbook: A by Gerald B. Keane
- How to Incorporate and Start a Business in Florida: A Simple 6-Part Program (How to Incorporate and Start a Business Series) by J. W. Dicks
- How to incorporate and start a business in Virginia by J. W. Dicks
- North Carolina Real Estate: Principles and Practice by Nancy F. Keck
- How to Form Your Own Florida Corporation/Includes DOS 3 1/2" Disk (How to Form Your Own Florida Corporation (W/Disk)) by Anthony Mancuso
- Incorporate in Delaware from Any State (Legal Survival Guides) by Mark Warda
- How to Make a North Carolina Will: With Forms (Legal Survival Guides) by Wanda Naylor
- Protecting Your Assets from a Georgia Divorce (Successful Divorce) by John C. Mayoue
MDS classes with significant recommendations overlap, excluding ones under the same top-level class.
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