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Commercial Property: What Must be Shown to Sue for Real Estate Failure to Disclose?

March 31, 2020

Property sellers have a duty to disclose certain information to their buyers. As explained by the California Department of Real Estate, there is a state statute in place that requires residential property sellers to include a Real Estate Transfer Disclosure Statement (TDS) as part of …

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Building Men in Uganda 2018

June 2018

I leave for Uganda on July 6. This is my 9th year going there to work with the vocational school students at Bringing Hope to the Family orphanage. What I love is the generation of leaders like Mugume Bright and William Tumusiime who have worked …

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Understanding When You Are Liable for a Partner’s Actions in a California Partnership

June 2018

When you decide to go into business with another person in a California partnership, you are no doubt dreaming about the profits that you are going to make by working together. What you might not be thinking about, however, is the fact that you may …

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Distinguishing the Duty Not to Compete and Non-Compete Agreements in Your California Partnership

June 2018

At the very heart of the concept of a business partnership is the idea that you and another party (or multiple parties) are working together, on the same side, in the pursuit of a common goal, and therefore not working adverse to one another. At …

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3 Reasons Minority Shareholders Sue Majority Shareholders

May 2018

As fellow shareholders in a corporation, minority and majority shareholders are hypothetically “on the same team” with respect to their ultimate interests being aligned, at least with respect to share value. But, of course, as with any type of institution made up of individual voices …

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Spring 2018 Newsletter

In This Issue: 2018: Nondisclosure of Defects in Property; What Do We Do?; Message from Laine T. Wagenseller; News and Happenings….

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Do Commercial Tenants Lose Their Rights When the Building Is Sold?

May 2018

The sale of a commercial building or common property to new owners can raise significant uncertainty for business tenants whose livelihood may be tied to a familiar relationship with a landlord/owner, especially where there is goodwill and other capital associated with this specific location, such …

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