Investment Property Blog Series


Camille Rogers

by Camille Rogers on October 10, 2014

in Landlord/Tenant Disputes, Real Estate Law

The Law Offices of Peter N. Brewer put together an “Investment Property Blog Series.” We hope you find the information in this series to be informative as it covers important infomation surrounding investment properties. If you find yourself needing real estate legal counsel, don’t hesitate to contact our office at (650) 327- 2900 x 10 or on the web at www.BrewerFirm.com. Our team of knowledgeable and seasoned attorneys have extensive experience in litigation, representing their clients in various real estate matters in California.

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Henry Chuang, Esq.
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Court Limits Class Action Suits Against Landlords HC

In a recent Second Appellate District ruling, the court made it more difficult for tenants to sue landlords in class action lawsuits.  In. Hendleman v. Los Altos Apartments, the appellate court upheld a lower court’s decision to deny certification of a class by …


Julia M. Wei, Esq.
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Co-ownership of Real Property – Fighting the Partition Action Can Cost You.

There is a fundamental premise in California law that a co-owner of real property has the right to sever the co-ownership at any time by forcing a sale of the property through partition.  The only exception is if the co-owners have expressly waived the right to partition in a contract, such as…


Simon Offord, Esq.
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New ADA Requirements for Commercial Properties

As of July 1, 2013, a new lease disclosure requirement added one more responsibility for owners and lessors of commercial property. Civil Code Section 1938, part of the legislation designed to limit unwarranted…

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