If you own a Law Office tile and two other players are tied for a goal (but you are not), do you win that goal?
Do you have to be one of the players that is part of a tie in order to win that tie with Law Office? From the way that the tile reads, it does not seem to clarify whether it refers to only breaking your own ties, or if you can benefit from goals that any other players are tying.
My base instinct is to assume not, but I was reminded of a similar ruling in Eminent Domain, which had the same situation on the promo card Exclusive Victory (see left card in the image below).
In that game, the card does allow you to win the game if any players tie for first place, even if you're not one of them, resulting in you taking first instead of them. Online rules clarifications confirm this.
Effect: If the game ends in a tie, you win the game. (Even if you're not one of the tied players)
Does the Law Office tile in Suburbia work the same way as the Exclusive Victory card in Eminent Domain?