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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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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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Three Common Sources of California Common Area Maintenance Litigation

May 2018

When running a business, especially a new business or startup, “common area maintenance” is likely not at the top of an entrepreneur’s or CFO’s list of financial concerns. But common area maintenance, or “CAM,” can often be akin to car problems or health issues: an …

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Is a “Handshake” or Oral Agreement for Real Estate in California Enforceable?

April 2018

Real estate is big business in California – and, for many individuals and families, the largest financial transactions of their lives – and so whether the agreements that people make with regard to real estate purchases and even commercial or residential leases can have huge …

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Suing a Business Partner in CA Over Competing With the Partnership

April 2018

A business partnership in California is, of course, just that: a partnership in which two or more people come together to work towards a common business goal. It’s not uncommon to hear a business partnership compared to a marriage, and there is some truth to …

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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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