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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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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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Former 49’s All-Pro Sues Business Partner for Fraud in Real Estate Lawsuit

November 2016

Patrick Willis made the Pro Bowl seven years running as a linebacker with the San Francisco 49er’s before he surprised everyone by retiring at age 30 to go join a Silicon Valley tech startup called Open Source Storage. But the teamwork that is so essential …

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Can I Win Attorneys’ Fees in a California Partition Lawsuit?

October 2016

In a partition lawsuit, at least one co-owner of a real estate property is asking the court to let that party out of their co-ownership of the property through one of three options: 1) physically dividing the property into separate, individually-owned pieces; 2) selling the …

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Do I Need a Real Estate Attorney for a Property Boundary Dispute?

October 2016

There is an old saying that “good fences make good neighbors,” but what happens between neighbors when that fence has been placed deep into one neighbor’s property? Whether or not fences are involved, disputes between neighbors over correct property boundaries have been occurring for as …

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