Category: Non-Disclosures Disputes

Conditions That California Sellers May Not Have to Disclose

(this article was written by Evy L. Eschbacher, the newest attorney at the Brewer Offord & Pedersen LLP) Selling a home can be on of the Read More > ...

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Important Water Considerations for After El Niño

As predicted, El Niño arrived in California and brought some much needed precipitation with it.  This past winter brought the most rain California has had in Read More > ...

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Committee Offers Hope for Relief from Airplane Noise to Bay Area Residents

Beginning in early 2015, the Federal Aviation Administration (“FAA”) introduced a new program, NextGen, which rerouted flight paths in the South Bay and Peninsula in an Read More > ...

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My Home is a Pokémon Go Hotspot — Do I Have to Disclose?

Pokémon Go is the latest craze that is literally everywhere we look. It is all over the news, and all over the streets with players of Read More > ...

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Snakes In the House! Why Realtors® and Sellers Should Remember Their Duty to Disclose

“I do not want them in the house, I do not want them on my blouse, I would not like them in my car, I would Read More > ...

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The Watcher – A Reminder that Disclosure Duties Go Beyond Physical Defects

We have written several articles about a seller’s duty to disclose, including articles about the consequences of failure to disclose material facts. Most of these articles Read More > ...

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Court Again Punishes Dual Agents

We have previously stressed to real estate professionals, in our blog articles and in many of our speaking engagements, that dual agency is a very risky Read More > ...

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Court Sanctions Buyer for Filing Frivolous Failure to Disclose Action

The recent case of Peake v. Underwood will hopefully deter frivolous claims against real estate agents. Peake purchased a home from Underwood.  Long after the sale Read More > ...

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Court Clarifies Transfer Disclosure Law for Mixed-Use Property

The recent appellate decision of Richman v. Hartley is critical for California real estate agents and sellers to know as it clarifies the mandatory disclosure requirements Read More > ...

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Disclosure Series

As real estate attorneys, Brewer Offord & Pedersen LLP cannot stress enough to real estate agents and sellers the importance of properly disclosing information pertaining to Read More > ...

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Commercial Landlords Subject to New Accessibility Disclosure Requirements

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My Home is a Pokémon Go Hotspot — Do I Have to Disclose?

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