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Tis’ the Season.. to Take Care of Your Property.

Landowner Liability

During the holiday season it’s especially important to take the necessary precautions to make sure your home is safe and ready for guests.

Be sure to perform home maintenance tasks in the coming weeks to avoid any seasonal glitches. Here are a few previously posted blogs written by our insightful attorneys that may jog your memory and motivate you to take action.

By: Simon Offord, Esq.

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HO HO Holiday Mayhem!” Avoid the Unwanted Present of a Lawsuit During the Holidays.

DO I Need Padded Walls? (Video Blog)

 

 

By: Julia M. Wei, Esq.

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Mind the Gap! Relief for Property Owners on Slip and Fall Liability. (Video Blog)

 

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Real Estate Contracts & Transactions

Out of Contract? Not So Fast…

by Adam Pedersen, Esq. on August 28, 2018

In the highly-competitive real estate market in California, agents are being more aggressive in enforcing contract terms. So before you tell your client that you are “out of contract”, you might want to be sure the contract is actually cancelled! [Read More]

Landlord & Tenant Law

What a Three-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit Really Means

by Lorena Roel, Esq. on September 20, 2018

It is after Labor Day weekend and that means school supplies, summer vacation credit card bills, and preparing for the holidays. With all these added costs, the tenant may not have enough money to pay rent and the landlord serves [Read More]

Real Estate Contracts & Transactions

Can A Buyer Back Out of a Non-Contingent Offer?

by Simon Offord, Esq. on October 2, 2018

In my last article, we discussed liquidated damages in the context of a residential real estate purchase contract.  This article will examine whether a buyer may have a right to back out of a contract and receive their full deposit [Read More]