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Breach of Contract Affirmative Defenses in California – The Ultimate Guide

Affirmative Defenses to Breach of Contract in California Affirmative defenses for breach of contract, also known as particular defenses or performance excuses, are defenses in which evidence is introduced that, if proven by the defendant, will eliminate or mitigate liability for the defendant, even if the defendant is found to have breached the contract. An … Read More

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Statute of Frauds in California Real Estate FAQs

How the Statute of Frauds Applies to Real Estate in California What is the Statute of Frauds under California Code of Civil Procedure § 1624(a)? The Statute of Frauds is a legal doctrine providing that certain types of contracts are invalid unless they are produced in writing and signed by the party to be charged. … Read More

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Marital Settlement Agreement Free Template [California Example Form]

Skilled Family Law Attorney Creates the Ultimate Marital Settlement Agreement and Reveals it for Free! Discover the Reliable and Convenient Template Divorce Judgment Today.

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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 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, often called a duty … Read More

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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

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