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Notices

Parties to some legal proceedings, such as foreclosures, probate, and estate actions are sometimes required to publish public notices.

Public notices

One method of notice is publication in a local newspaper of record. Public notice can also be given in other ways, including radio, television, and on the Internet. Some governments required publication in a newspaper, though there have been attempts among some politicians to eliminate the expense of publication by switching to electronic forms of notification.

Challenging notices

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