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What Must a Seller Disclose About Property Defects?

Buying and selling real estate is a big undertaking when you have hundreds of thousands of dollars on the line. Because of this, it’s essential that you know everything you can about the property before striking a deal.

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I Jointly Own Property, and the Other Owner Refuses to Sell

Real estate disputes often arise when one of the co-owners of a jointly-owned property (any property held in the name of two or more parties) is willing to sell while the other co-owner is refusing to sell. In a situation like this, taking a partition action may be required to divide the property and proceed with the real estate sale.

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Understanding California’s Property Line and Fence Laws

With homes being built closer and closer to each other in California because of soaring land values, neighbors are becoming ever more mindful of boundary lines and privacy rights, including the construction and maintenance of fences and trees that overhang from an adjoining property.

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What Can I Do About House Defects After a Sale?

You have just purchased and moved into your dream home, and the first rain comes. Suddenly, that pristine-looking ceiling in the bedroom is leaking water onto your hardwood floor.

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Can a Homeowner Sue Their HOA?

You own a residence governed by a homeowners association (HOA) and you feel the governing board isn’t living up to its responsibilities. Maybe the pool isn’t being maintained properly, or the fitness room has broken exercise machines that are long overdue to be fixed or replaced. What are your options?

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