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Sellers: Why Full Disclosure is Critical

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…

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UPDATE: Death of the Independent Contractor?  The Dynamex Decision and Beyond

UPDATE: Death of the Independent Contractor? The Dynamex Decision and Beyond

Last month we discussed the landmark California Supreme Court decision in Dynamex Operations West v. Superior Court of Los Angeles (“Dynamex”), and the pending legislation that attempts to codify the…

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The Benefits of Mediation

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…

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Sellers and Buyers: Know the Purchase Agreement

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…

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Death of the Independent Contractor: The Dynamex Decision and Beyond

Death of the Independent Contractor: The Dynamex Decision and Beyond

On Thursday, May 2, 2019, the 2018 California Supreme Court ruling that created a strict standard for determining who is an employee, and making it almost impossible for companies to…

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When Puppy Training and Real Estate Law Intersect

When Puppy Training and Real Estate Law Intersect

Those of us in the real estate world understand that our business doesn’t follow the traditional 9-5 Monday through Friday schedule. That’s why I’ve been able to volunteer as a…

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What Should a Tenant Look for in a Commercial Lease?
October 11, 2018

What Should a Tenant Look for in a Commercial Lease?

A new space for your business means new opportunities for growth and success. Of course, there is another side to that coin. Signing a commercial lease also creates financial and…

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Do You Need a Pool Inspection Prior to Buying a Home?
September 25, 2018

Do You Need a Pool Inspection Prior to Buying a Home?

You’ve found the perfect home, and it has a pool. You’re ready to proceed with a home inspection and possibly make an offer on the property. But wait; do you…

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The Advantage of Mediation in Real Estate Contract Disputes
September 7, 2018

The Advantage of Mediation in Real Estate Contract Disputes

Imagine that you’ve purchased a home, only to discover that the sellers purposely omitted details about the basement which routinely floods. (Yes, in fact there are basements in California!) Or,…

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What Should a Buyer Look for When Reviewing Seller Disclosures?
August 21, 2018

What Should a Buyer Look for When Reviewing Seller Disclosures?

With regard to real estate transactions, seller disclosures lend critical information to the final purchasing decision. Disclosures are designed to bring serious known issues to the buyers’ attention, concerning safety…

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How Should I Hold Title to My Real Property?
August 7, 2018

How Should I Hold Title to My Real Property?

Deciding how to hold title to real property is more than a simple real estate decision. How your property is titled can have ramifications for your estate plan and your…

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What Are My Real Estate Agent’s Obligations to Me?
July 23, 2018

What Are My Real Estate Agent’s Obligations to Me?

When you hire a real estate agent to represent you in buying or selling a home, you are entering into a type of legal relationship called a “principal-agent relationship,” or…

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