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Good Fences, Bad Neighbors?

September 18, 2019

Real Estate Lawsuits Between Neighbors Over Fences and Walls Los Angeles real estate lawyers know that on January 1, 2014, California’s Civil Code section 841 went into effect.  The dry name of the Code section is called “Maintenance of boundaries, monuments, and fences; responsibilities of …

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Don’t Ignore The Demand To Mediate

February 2019

You May Lose Your Right To Collect Attorneys’ Fees. “They just wanted money so I ignored their letter.” We hear this explanation often. Our client received a letter from a lawyer on behalf of a property buyer complaining about something at the property. Our client …

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Boundaries and Neighbor Fences in Los Angeles Real Estate Litigation

February 2019

Boundary Lawsuits Are Common in Los Angeles Neighbors fighting neighbors usually comes down to disputes over boundaries, fences and trees. Otherwise friendly neighbors and friends can transform into die hard enemies over boundary issues. Often these disputes will end in a lawsuit and protracted litigation. …

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Winter 2019 Newsletter

In This Issue: Can You Afford to Arbitrate? A Message from Laine; Ask, No Really, Just Ask; Cases We Have Handled…

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Laine Wagenseller is a top rated business litigation attorney in Los Angeles.

February 2019

Super Lawyers has once again recognized Los Angeles real estate litigation attorney Laine Wagenseller as a “Super Lawyer” for 2019. According to Super Lawyers, this peer designation is awarded only to a select number of accomplished attorneys in each state. The Super Lawyers selection process …

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Los Angeles Litigation Update: New California Mediation Law

January 2019

Los Angeles trial attorneys representing clients in mediation will have to provide a notice to their client about the confidentiality of mediation and the inability to use such communications, negotiations, offer of settlement, writings, reports, etc., even in a case for malpractice brought against the …

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Partition Lawsuits In Los Angeles: The Court Must Determine Ownership Before It Orders A Sale

January 2019

In a California partition lawsuit the trial court must determine two things:  a determination of the parties’ interests in the property and, secondly, the manner of partition—sale or division. In a recent lawsuit involving partition, quiet title and accounting among real estate investors, a San …

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