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A Look Back At Laine Wagenseller’s Building Men in Uganda Program 2013 Copy

August 5, 2021

I recently came across an old article I wrote about the work I do in Uganda with Bringing Hope to the Family Orphanage.  I thought you would enjoy it. Building Men in Uganda “This is my beloved son with whom I am well pleased.”  Matthew …

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Joint Property Disputes

January 2017

Many people own property jointly with one another person or persons, either voluntarily or not. Married couples (or unmarried couples for that matter), business owners, and landlord partnerships purchase property jointly all the time, and, in many cases, people may find themselves as a joint …

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Does a Lease Have to Be in Writing to Be Enforceable?

January 2017

When people make an agreement, it is common practice for at least one of them to ask to “get it in writing,” or, in other words, get a written contract. Other times, a person who made an agreement with another person might try to later …

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Litigation Issues That Can Arise From Commercial Lease Agreements

December 2016

When a business agrees to a lease with a commercial landlord, both the business and the landlord are agreeing to a set of obligations made to one another, the primary obligation of the tenant being to pay rent and the primary obligation of the landlord …

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Getting Rid of a Lis Pendens on Your California Property

December 2016

Perhaps you have heard of a lis pendens in your property dealings but have only a vague understanding of what it is, or maybe you have just found out that a lis pendens has been attached to your property and you’re googling the term for …

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California Supreme Court Clarifies Duty of Real Estate Agents Repping Buyers and Sellers

December 2016

In a unanimous decision handed down by the California Supreme Court in late November, the court held that real estate agents who represent both the buyer and seller of a property in a transaction face increased disclosure duties with respect to what they must provide …

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When Is Specific Performance Available in a Real Estate Contract

November 2016

The sometimes murky concept of “specific performance” has roots going back hundreds of years in the common law, and has been limited in many jurisdictions and areas of law, but specific performance is still alive and well in the world of California real estate litigation. …

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