Coronavirus Eviction for Health & Safety - Three-Day Notice to Quit [Free Form Template Letter]

Coronavirus Eviction for Health & Safety – Three-Day Notice to Quit [Free Form Template Letter]

How To Evict a Tenant During the Coronavirus Pandemic For Violations of Public Health & Safety Under California Law While evictions for failure to pay rent are on hold during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, unlawful detainers are still being heard in California courts when “necessary to protect public health and safety.” This rule under Rules … Read More

Real Estate Statute of Frauds Lawyer Attorney California Riverside Inland Empire Los Angeles Orange County San Diego

Lange v. Schilling – Refusal to Mediate Before Litigation Sacrifices Right to Attorney’s Fees in CAR Contracts

Lange v. Schilling (2008) 163 Cal.App.4th 1412 – Refusal to Mediate Before Litigation Sacrifices Right to Attorney’s Fees Under California Association of Realtors (CAR) Form Lease and Purchase and Sale Agreement Buyers, sellers, tenants and landlords should beware of filing a lawsuit before attempting to mediate under the CAR form purchase and sale and lease agreements. … Read More

Coronavirus Force Majeure Contract Lease Termination

Coronavirus Force Majeure Cancellation of Contract Sample Letter [Free Template]

Force Majeure Letter Requesting Termination of Contract due to Coronavirus Pandemic Updated Letter – Lease Termination Letter [Free Sample Template Coronavirus Force Majeure Frustration of Purpose Impracticability] – Click Here. Are you trying to get out of your lease or otherwise breach and terminate a contract due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Luckily, the Coronavirus … Read More

Coronavirus Force Majeure Contract Lease Termination

Coronavirus Defenses to Breach of Contract Under California Law

Does the Coronavirus Pandemic Excuse Performance of Contractual Obligations? The Coronavirus pandemic will make it more difficult for many parties to perform their obligations under various contracts, including breach of a real estate lease, a purchase and sale contract, a mortgage, a promissory note, and various business and real estate contract. If one of the … Read More

Fraud, fraudulent, attorney, california

Mejia v. Reed – Fraudulent Transfer Transmutation (Post-Nuptial) Agreements under California Law

Often times, divorcing couples decide to allocate their assets by a stipulated marital settlement agreement (MSA) that provides a property division that may not be entirely equal. Creditors, either those during the marriage or those post-separation owed only from the assets of one of the spouses may challenge the transaction as a fraudulent transfer, effectively … Read More

Lange v. Schilling - Attorneys Fees - Mediation Before Litigation

Recovery of Offsets for Attorney’s Fees, Costs, Credits & Reimbursements in California Real Property Partition Accounting

California Real Property Partition Law California law provides that co-owners of real property may file a legal action to request that their interests in the property be partitioned. Code Civil Procedure Section 872.210(a)(1). The first phase of a partition is to determine whether the plaintiff has a right to partition the real property. Code of … Read More

Real Estate Statute of Frauds Lawyer Attorney California Riverside Inland Empire Los Angeles Orange County San Diego

California Evidence Code 662 Requires Clear and Convincing Evidence to Claim Real Property Ownership Contrary to Record Title

California Evidence Code Section 662 Clear and Convincing Evidence Standard California Evidence Code Section 662 is a fundamental rule of California real estate law that prevents record owners from being subjected to meritless claims by others claiming to the equitable owner. “According to the ”form of title’ presumption, the description in a deed as to … Read More

Breach of Contract Attorney California

Beware: CCP § 664.6 Settlement Must be Attached to Request for Dismissal Form for Court to Retain Jurisdiction

Mesa RHF Partners, L.P. v. City of L.A. (2019) 33 Cal.App.5th 913 Sets Forth Strict Requirements for Court to Retain Jurisdiction Under CCP § 664.6 Attorneys commonly believe that settlements calling for the court to retain jurisdiction automatically do so. However, strict compliance with Code of Civil Procedure § 664.6 is required for court to … Read More

divorce sale property california attorney lawyer family custody riverside house

How to Sell Real Property in California Divorce

California Family Law Attorney Provides Inland Empire Divorcing Couples with Free Template Sample Agreement for the Sale of Community Real Property.

Contact us to schedule your complimentary consultation.

Recent Blog Posts