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Buying Bankruptcy Property – 4 Tips for Investors [Real Estate, Houses]

Buying Bankruptcy Homes, Assets, Houses, Real Estate & Property from a Bankruptcy Court Many buyers of real estate know how to purchase a property using a Realtor or at a foreclosure auction, but there is considerable mystery about how to buy homes and other real estate out of bankruptcy. Indeed, a close review of bankruptcy … Read More

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3 Steps to a Successful Divorce with a Business Involved

What Happens to the Business When Spouses Divorce in California? Find out with our essential guide to dividing a business in divorce!

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Cash for Keys Offer & Agreement [Letter Form Template Sample]

Cash for Keys Offer Letter & Cash for Keys Agreement Given our current economic conditions and legal constraints, many landlords are unable to effectively proceed with an unlawful detainer (eviction) while many tenants are undergoing financial distress that causes them to be unable to move or pay rent. Many landlords have decided to offer cash … Read More

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Damage to Trees Under California Law [Code of Civil Procedure § 733 & Civil Code § 3346]

How to Measure the Damage to Trees in California One of the heavily litigated issues when a party negligently or intentionally damages trees in California is the measure of damages. As explained below, the rules are complex and give rise to numerous affirmative defenses that require the careful analysis of a real estate lawyer in … Read More

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Mitigation of Damages in Breach of Lease & Contract [California Definition Green v. Smith]

Mitigation of Damages Affirmative Defense to Breach of Lease & Contract in California Parties to contracts, including landlords and tenants, should be aware of the duty to mitigate damages by all parties, including landlords. This includes damages for unpaid rent that becomes due after the breach of a lease. This doctrine of mitigation of damages, … Read More

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