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Is a Partition Lawsuit Right for My Dispute?

November 7, 2019

Many times, a piece of property is owned by more than one person, and as co-owners all members must agree on how to use the property. What happens when co-owners of land disagree on what to do with the real estate? In these situations, it …

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Resulting Trusts: Explained

October 2019

When a trust is created, a settlor places property in a trust with the management of a trustee in order to benefit a beneficiary. But what happens when the trust fails, the entirety of the trust’s property is not distributed, or another situation arises in …

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Good Fences, Bad Neighbors?

September 2019

Real Estate Lawsuits Between Neighbors Over Fences and Walls Los Angeles real estate lawyers know that on January 1, 2014, California’s Civil Code section 841 went into effect.  The dry name of the Code section is called “Maintenance of boundaries, monuments, and fences; responsibilities of …

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Los Angeles Real Estate Lawsuits: Partition versus Partnership Dissolution

September 2019

As Los Angeles real estate litigation attorneys we are often called upon to help clients untangle a messy “partnership” dispute. But when clients call with a “partnership” issue they can be referring to a variety of different situations. What we commonly refer to as partners …

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Easements and Quiet Title Issues in Los Angeles Real Estate Lawsuits

August 2019

Can a trial court find an equitable easement (and a prescriptive easement) just based on what is feels is important and equitable?  California’s Court of Appeal says no. A trial court must determine that all of the elements required for an equitable easement were met …

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Family Real Estate Lawsuits

July 2019

Experienced Real Estate Attorneys Can Make A Big Difference Real estate litigation in Los Angeles is already a highly tendentious process. But when the lawsuit is between family members, the litigation process gets even more personal and acrimonious. Below are some examples of family lawsuits …

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Demand for Corporation Books and Records

June 2019

As a general rule, corporations and their boards are subject to scrutiny by their shareholders. One of the ways that stakeholders can review and scrutinize a corporation is through a demand for corporation books and records, also known as inspection rights. These rights allow a …

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