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Insurance Provisions on Commercial Leases

Insurance Provisions on Commercial Leases

Commercial lease negotiations can be time-consuming and complex, but you can count on one thing being true: Both the tenant and the landlord want to get the best possible deal….

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Partition Action to Resolve Co-Ownership Disputes

Partition Action to Resolve Co-Ownership Disputes

Relationships, whether business, financial, or personal, don’t always work out the way we plan. Unfortunately, most people don’t plan an exit strategy in the event a relationship ends. This creates…

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Mending Fences Can Be Complicated: What Happens When Neighbors Disagree?

Mending Fences Can Be Complicated: What Happens When Neighbors Disagree?

Homeowners build fences for a variety of reasons. Perhaps they want a contained space for children to play in, to keep dogs from roaming, or to create more privacy in…

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Business Divorce and the Benefit of Buy-Sell Agreements

Business Divorce and the Benefit of Buy-Sell Agreements

Despite the name, a buy-sell agreement (sometimes referred to as a shareholder agreement or cross purchase agreement) doesn’t directly pertain to buying and selling a business in the traditional sense….

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When Is Retaining a Professional Fiduciary a Good Idea?

When Is Retaining a Professional Fiduciary a Good Idea?

When we think of estate planning, we often view it as a series of decisions that we make about personal finances, burial arrangements, and other affairs to be managed after…

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Which is Better: A Sole Proprietorship, Corporation or LLC?

Which is Better: A Sole Proprietorship, Corporation or LLC?

Many small businesses begin as a sole proprietorship. This is often the best choice early in the life of a small business. But over time, needs may change. Frequently, as…

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When is it Legal to End a Lease?
January 28, 2014

When is it Legal to End a Lease?

As long as people have been signing leases to rent a homes, they have also been breaking their lease agreements. In some cases breaking a lease warrants a lawsuit by…

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What is a Quitclaim Deed?
January 16, 2014

What is a Quitclaim Deed?

In most cases, when you purchase real estate in California you will receive a grant deed (in most states called a warranty deed). Typically, this type of deed offers the…

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Changes in the Law Affect California Businesses
December 26, 2013

Changes in the Law Affect California Businesses

Beginning January 1, 2014, the state will implement changes to California corporate and LLC laws. In order to prevent operations from being disrupted, companies should be advised that they may…

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You and Your HOA: Who is Responsible for Bad Tenants?
December 11, 2013

You and Your HOA: Who is Responsible for Bad Tenants?

If you’re thinking about renting your house or condo, you may be concerned with how your homeowners association might react to various issues that could arise with the tenant. It’s…

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New California Business Laws Take Effect in 2014
December 2, 2013

New California Business Laws Take Effect in 2014

Business owners in California should take note of new laws that will begin to affect daily operations in 2014. On November 5, the California Chamber of Commerce released a list…

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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…

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