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What are the Procedural Requirements for Quieting Title in California?

December 14, 2018

When multiple people claim ownership over one piece of property or multiple owners disagree about what to do with the land, a quiet title action can help resolve the issues.

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Specific Performance, CAM Charges and The Reverse Triangular Merger

December 2018

Perhaps the title is not sexy enough.  But this California real estate case reeks of greed and overreaching enough to compete with any soap opera.  The case is North Valley Mall, LLC v. Longs Drug Stores California, LLC and was decided by the California Court …

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When Is a Contract Unconscionable in California?

December 2018

The word “unconscionable” is one of those legal terms you might imagine Jackie Chiles, Kramer’s attorney from Seinfeld, throwing around in a show of big but perhaps empty accusations (as in “Unconscionable! Inconsiderate! Vexatious!”). But the term “unconscionability” does indeed have a long history in …

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How to Initiate Partition Actions to Deal with Real Estate Disputes

November 2018

When a real estate dispute amongst co-owners arises, a partition action may be the best course of action to resolve the problem.

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Specific Performance in Real Estate Litigation

November 2018

If you are involved in a real estate transaction, it is important to understand what specific performance is and how it might affect you during a real estate dispute.

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Breach of Fiduciary Duty Explained

October 2018

A fiduciary duty exists when one party has an obligation to act in the best interest of another party. When the fiduciary acts in their own best interests instead of that of the other party, it results in a breach of fiduciary duty. A fiduciary …

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What to Expect from Breach of Contract Lawsuits

October 2018

A breach of contract refers to a violation of the terms of an agreement made between two parties. When one side fails to live up to the terms of the contract or interferes with the ability of the other side to fulfill its obligations, a …

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