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AUGUST 24, 2007
The Romanovs

Recent news reports suggest that the missing remains of Alexei, the last heir to the Russian throne, may have been found along with remains believed to be Maria, one of his sisters.

Those interested in a fictional account of the final days of Russia's last czar and his family will be fascinated by The Kitchen Boy by Robert Alexander, or Rasputin's Daughter another novel by Alexander.

Robert Massie's book Nicholas and Alexandra presents a true, yet sympathetic portrait of the life and times of the royal couple. 

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AUGUST 5, 2007
Tenant's Sourcebook

Are you renting an apartment and wonder what your rights are?  Do you need to give notice when you decide to move out?   Are you worried about whether you will get  your security deposit back when you move out? 

These and many other questions can be answered with the newly revised, Tenant Sourcebook .

It is available from the BadgerLaw website without the Wisconsin State Statutes here.  The Tenant Sourcebook is also available with the State Statutes included here.  A print copy will also be available at the Library's Reference Desk.

Have other legal questions?  The BadgerLaw website may be able to help you.  It is by their own description  "the gateway to internet resources on public interest law legal issues in Wisconsin".   Check it out here.

Need help using these tools or need other legal resources?  The Library can help you.  Contact us by telephone 715-261-7230, in person, or by email or chat from the Ask a Librarian web page here.

(Thanks to Beth Sillars, librarian at Wisconsin Valley Library Service, for pointing to these resources)

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Categories: Landlord and TenantRenter's RightsLegal Resources


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