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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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Self-Dealing in California Partnerships and the Potential for a Lawsuit

April 2018

Some might say that the system of capitalism is built on the notion that we all act in self-interested ways, and thus, through competition and basic rules of fair play, we as a society can harness our natural self-interested motivations to create more prosperity for …

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Wagenseller Law Firm Selected as Recipients for Super Lawyer and Expertise.com 2018 Awards

April 2018

Wagenseller Law Firm, based out of Downtown Los Angeles, has long strived to honor its clients with outstanding legal service, and the firm’s efforts in meeting the legal needs of businesses and individuals throughout Southern California have recently been once again recognized by several organizations …

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Should You Mediate Your CA Real Estate Purchase Dispute?

April 2018

If you feel you have been wronged in a significant California real estate purchase dispute (and, given the price of real estate here, few such disputes are insignificant), or if you have been threatened with legal action over a transaction, the idea of trying to …

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5 Ways You Can Prevent Partnership Disputes in Your Business’ Future

April 2018

Countless people enter into partnerships every year, whether they know it or not, as many states will recognize the legal existence of a partnership anytime two or more people work together with a common business purpose. The fact that you and others are legally partners …

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Understanding Your Remedial Options in a California Real Estate Fraud Case

March 2018

If you believe you have been a victim of real estate fraud, or if another party is threatening you with a claim of real estate fraud, your primary questions are most likely: 1) is there merit to the claim of real estate fraud?; and 2) …

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3 Ways Commercial Landlords Can Avoid Misrepresentation/Fraud Claims

March 2018

When a business goes bust, or at the very least hits hard times, it is the commercial landlord that leased space to that business that often stands to lose in the form of missed rent payments and attempts to duck out on the lease altogether. …

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