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Mechanics Liens

Here’s a short introduction on mechanics liens in California.  It is just an overview.  Mechanics liens can be used, for example, when a building contractor does not get paid for their work.

New Partition Law

Beginning in 2022, there is a new partition law. A partition lawsuit is filed when a really unhappy co-tenant owner of real estate held in tenancy in common wants to sell their portion of the property but the other co-tenants do not want to buy out the unhappy co-tenant or sell the property. This new partition law is designed to give the judge more control of the partition lawsuit in hopes that this will reduce the cost of a partition lawsuit.

Limiting Your Liability

This is a brief overview of the different types of business organizations in California, such as sole proprietorships, general partnerships, limited partnerships, limited liability companies (LLCs) and corporations. It talks about the degree each kind of business organization can limit your liability. You might be surprised about how little that organization limits your liability.

Exempt Your Housing Project

The California legislature has passed several laws in an attempt to make it easier to build more affordable housing. One of them is the Density Bonus Law, which incentivizes the construction of affordable housing by allowing developers to increase building density. The law can require a city to waive building standards that conflict with project design when the project includes affordable housing.


Ever wondered whether you can buy real estate with cryptocurrency? Sure, if you exchange your cryptocurrency for dollars, there is no problem acquiring that real estate. But what if the seller is willing to take cryptocurrency as payment. How do you do it? This video gives you a quick overview on how you might do that in California. Don’t try this without legal help!

Duty of Care of Lender

Most lenders are honest people. Sometimes you might think your lender told you one thing but then did the opposite. This is quick overview, based on a California Supreme Court case, regarding whether the lender had any duty of care while handling a loan modification application. The court held the lender owes no duty to a borrower to process, review and respond carefully and completely to a borrower’s loan modification application. In other words, the borrower in this case was not entitled to damages for pure economic losses.