Randy Sullivan recently resolved an eminent domain action for $38,300,000, which was $10,710,000 more than the condemning agency’s expert damage […]
Recently the court allowed CalFire to recover fire suppression and investigative costs from anyone who starts a fire, including a […]
Easement rights and beach access have been an ongoing and regular area of dispute. One strategy to keep neighbors off […]
California Real Estate Brokers can breathe a little easier now that the courts have reaffirmed that if they have properly incorporated, ordinarily they will not be personally liable for the acts committed by corporate employees or agents.
Sometimes neighbors get into disputes about rights along their boundaries. These can encompass all manner of issues, from determining the exact boundary (usually by survey); to quarrels about views, trees, and landscaping; to disagreement about access and easement rights; to debate over the use and ownership of encroaching structures.