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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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The Benefits and Challenges of Bringing a CA Intentional Misrepresentation Claim

April 2017

If “intentional misrepresentation” sounds like a slightly softer way of referring to a lie, fraud, or verbal act of deceit, well that is essentially what it is. In California, an intentional misrepresentation claim is the cause of action brought by a plaintiff who has been …

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Government Witness Points to Seeno Executives in Federal Real Estate Fraud Proceedings

March 2017

A former vice president of sales for a leading San Francisco real estate company has provided numerous details about a real estate mortgage fraud scheme allegedly perpetrated by the company to pump up sales, and which has been the focus of a seven-year investigation by …

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Court Upholds $23 Million Award Against Contractor in CA Real Estate Fraud Case

March 2017

When Delores McGinty created a special needs trust in 2006 on behalf of her daughter Kathleen,  who suffers from autism, which included ownership of a 1,477 square foot home in Santa Monica, she no doubt wanted to provide for her daughter after her own death, …

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Can a CA Commercial Landlord Prevent a Tenant From Assigning a Lease?

March 2017

In general, a party setting up shop for a business usually intends to stay there for longer than a few months, and commercial leases often extend much longer than a typical 1-year residential lease. But, of course, small businesses and startups go out of business …

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Sears CEO Settles Shareholder Lawsuit With $40 Million Payment Pledge

March 2017

Sears has been a mainstay of the US retail economy since the 19th century, and while it is no longer the dominant force it was once was, it is still the twelfth largest retailer in the company. But in a move to maintain the company’s …

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OC Woman Pleads Guilty to Federal Real Estate Fraud Charges

February 2017

A 2013 press release from “Investors Workshops, a top-rated real estate investment networking group located in Orange County, California” announced that the entity was celebrating its ten-year anniversary by making its “real estate investing workshops available to the general public” for the first time, and …

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