Legal Recourse in Nondisclosure of Property Defect Cases

Legal Recourse in Nondisclosure of Property Defect Cases

A common occurrence in the real estate world that enters the legal realm is nondisclosure of property defects. While in many cases the seller was aware of the problem and did not disclose it to the buyer, there are many circumstances where the seller was unaware of the problem when they sold the property and is now being sued for damages.

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California Quiet Title Action

California Quiet Title Action

Quiet title action is performed in order to determine who the actual owner of a property is. It may also be used to determine individual interests in a property. A quiet title action will usually occur when parties with interest in a property disagree or have a

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California Property Title Transfers

California Property Title Transfers

Transferring a California title of real estate can appear to be a complicated venture, particularly if you’re not familiar with the process. However, if you’re familiar with the process, it can be very simple. It can be done directly by the home or property owner in most

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Joint Tenancy Law in California

Joint Tenancy Law in California

The vast majority of joint tenancies in California are used as a will substitute among family members, according to the California Legislature. In a joint tenancy, the surviving member among the title holders will inherit the property. An alternative method is to hold the property as tenants

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How Do I Get Someone Out of My Property When They Refuse To Leave?

Most of the time when someone is residing in a residence/commercial space as a tenant there is a lease or rental agreement in place. However, at times there may be neither. In these cases, the law will likely support a finding that the tenant is a month-to-month

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