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“Trespass to Timber”: Tree Issues in Los Angeles

April 16, 2021

Both real estate lawyers and property owners may be familiar with the idea that a property owner can get treble damages for injury to a tree and tree issues.

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When Will a Defendant in a California Breach of Contract Case Be Excused From Performing?

September 2018

      Obviously, the whole point of a contract is that two parties are seeking security that the other party is going to do something in return for something for them. A contract is essentially a bargain: I do this thing (or don’t do …

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What Types of Oral Contracts are Enforceable in California?

August 2018

There is a widespread misunderstanding that a contract must be “in writing” for it to actually be a contract which can be enforced. To be sure, “get it in writing” is often good advice as a document signed by both parties to a contract is …

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Are Liquidated Damages Clause Enforceable in CA Commercial Real Estate Contracts?

July 2018

“Liquidated damages” may sound like the name of a long-lost Nirvana b-side, but instead they refer to clauses often buried towards the end of a long contract which purport to state what financial compensation one party must pay another in the event of the breach …

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What Is the Liability of a Limited Partner in California?

July 2018

The difference between a general partner and a limited partner in California partnership comes down to two primary questions: 1) What is your right to control the company?; and 2) What is your liability for the company’s debts and obligations? The answer to the first …

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Knowing Whether an Easement Exists on Your Property

July 2018

Whether you own property as a residential or business owner, it can come as an unpleasant surprise when you suddenly see a neighbor or even a stranger on your property, using it as their own. Perhaps they are fishing in a boat on your lake, …

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Why Establishing Fraud in Addition to Misrepresentation in a CA Real Estate Litigation Matters

June 2018

If you purchased a residential or commercial property, and you ended up getting something different than what you thought were getting – which can include anything from omissions regarding defects with the property to inflated or fake rent rolls on a commercial property – you …

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