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WHAT BUSINESS OWNERS NEED TO KNOW – PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM

WHAT BUSINESS OWNERS NEED TO KNOW – PAYCHECK PROTECTION PROGRAM

PPP Explained As most business owners know by now, the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) was launched in April 2020 with $349 billion in funding. The first round was exhausted in…

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Sellers: Why Full Disclosure is Critical

Sellers: Why Full Disclosure is Critical

A Seller’s Worst Nightmare Once a seller has closed escrow and possession has been provided to the buyer, the last thing the seller wants to do is revisit the sale….

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Commercial Landlords and the Pandemic

Commercial Landlords and the Pandemic

As the pandemic hit, the government ordered businesses to close. Now, as businesses start to reopen, restrictions are in place. Tenants stopped paying rent under their leases due to the…

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Notarization in a COVID-19 World  and in the State of California

Notarization in a COVID-19 World and in the State of California

Many documents require a notary. Trusts, powers of attorney, loan documents, and deeds are a few examples. But during a global pandemic, how does one safely get documents notarized? This…

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Selling a Home in the Time of COVID

Selling a Home in the Time of COVID

If you think you can’t sell a home right now because of COVID-19, you should reconsider your thinking. Real estate is deemed an essential service. That means that people are…

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SECURE Act Provisions Impact Estate Planning

SECURE Act Provisions Impact Estate Planning

In December of 2019, President Trump signed the Setting Every Community Up for Retirement Enhancement (SECURE) Act. Aimed at making retirement planning accessible to more Americans, the Act triggered changes…

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Can Landlords Raise the Rent on Commercial Properties?
June 26, 2015

Can Landlords Raise the Rent on Commercial Properties?

I just received a notice from my landlord. The rent on my commercial space will increase by 20 percent next month! Isn’t that against the law? Due to increased taxes…

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Duty to Repair in Commercial Leases
June 4, 2015

Duty to Repair in Commercial Leases

The success of a business often depends heavily upon its location. Proximity to a customer base, ease of access to the building, and even traffic patterns can make or break…

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What to Do When Your Commercial Tenant Stops Paying Rent
May 20, 2015

What to Do When Your Commercial Tenant Stops Paying Rent

For any commercial property owner or manager, dealing with tenants who fail to pay rent is often the least favorite chore. Most commercial tenants want to pay their rent and…

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Types of Deeds Used in Real Estate Transactions
April 30, 2015

Types of Deeds Used in Real Estate Transactions

We often focus on the importance of the real estate contract in a transaction, because this document sets forth all terms of the deal and is legally binding. However, signing…

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No Relationship, No Failure to Disclose!
April 22, 2015

No Relationship, No Failure to Disclose!

Many factors are weighed before most buyers decide to proceed with a purchase of real estate. Many buyers, both commercial and residential, will seek information about the property from a…

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Escrow Instructions Are Essential to Real Estate Transactions
March 26, 2015

Escrow Instructions Are Essential to Real Estate Transactions

As real estate attorneys, we often find that escrow instructions are important when attempting to resolve disputes related to real estate sales. While the purchase agreement terms govern the specifics…

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