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 Can I trust wikipedia How do I know if it is valid or not?

Answer No, you can't trust Wikipedia. The only way you can know a particular article is valid or not is by actually being an expert on the subject or at least having done your own research into the topic.... Read More »
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Requirements for a Valid Deed of Trust in Texas?

A deed of trust is usually used as another, more formal term for a home mortgage, although it can also refer to other types of property. In Texas, as in other states, there are certain requirements... Read More »
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Is a living trust valid or recognized in Oregon?

According to the Oregon State Bar, revocable living trusts are valid and recognized in Oregon. The OSB says advantages to revocable living trusts include avoidance of probate and efficient distribu... Read More »
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Why is Wikipedia not a valid source?

Wikipedia should not be used as a cited source for two very good reasons:1. It is not peer reviewed before publication. Especially including the fact that most people can edit, this is a major prob... Read More »
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Can Wikipedia become a valid source?

I am going to answer this question as a teacher. When we tell students not to use Wikipedia as a source, it is because it is always changing. A reliable source remains constant. Granted, someone... Read More »
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