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Can the Buyer Back Out of a Real Estate Contract?
November 12, 2013

Can the Buyer Back Out of a Real Estate Contract?

A real estate contract is legally binding, and the general expectation is that both buyer and seller will each fulfill their ends of the deal. However, there are clauses that…

What is the Landlord Nuisance Law?
October 22, 2013

What is the Landlord Nuisance Law?

As real estate attorneys in Temecula and throughout Southern California, we will occasionally be asked about the landlord nuisance law. This law was established to protect tenant rights in situations…

Real Estate Contracts: What to Look For
October 10, 2013

Real Estate Contracts: What to Look For

When you finally receive an offer on your home, you’ll receive a contract with several pages of terms and conditions and multiple additional documents. Most real estate contracts are prepared…

The Benefits of Mediation
September 24, 2013

The Benefits of Mediation

When it comes to real estate and business dealings, most of us hope to avoid conflicts and expect that everything will proceed smoothly. Unfortunately, though, sometimes disagreements do happen, and…

Can the Seller Back Out of a Real Estate Contract?
September 10, 2013

Can the Seller Back Out of a Real Estate Contract?

When you sign a purchase agreement for a real estate sale, you tend to assume everything is going to proceed smoothly from that point onward. After all, it does seem…

Sellers and Buyers: Know the Purchase Agreement
May 15, 2013

Sellers and Buyers: Know the Purchase Agreement

Whether you are a seller or a buyer of an existing home, it is very likely that your real estate agent will use the form entitled “California Residential Purchase Agreement…

Sellers: Why Full Disclosure is Critical
May 15, 2013

Sellers: Why Full Disclosure is Critical

A Seller’s Worst Nightmare Once sellers have completed a transaction, the last thing they want is to revisit the sale some time later through a claim for damages by the…

Liquidated Damages and Arbitration Clauses in the RPA-CA
May 15, 2013

Liquidated Damages and Arbitration Clauses in the RPA-CA

California Real Estate Law The purchase agreement used in the vast majority of residential home sales in California is the Residential Purchase Agreement (designated form RPA-CA at the bottom of…

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