At the DiJulio Law Group, it is our mission to educate our clients on their personal property rights, whether they are lenders, borrowers, or anyone else with a vested interest in real estate. Today, we want to go over a few essential California real estate laws that everyone should be familiar with.
Few landlords have illusions that the eviction process in California is a simple, straightforward affair. That being said, many of our clients are still shocked to realize just how difficult evicting a troublesome tenant can be. This is why, for this post, we want to reiterate a few key points about what you can expect when looking to give the tenant a boot in CA.
Co-owning real estate property is a great way for individuals to invest in a property without having to deal with the brunt of the cost. Like with most situations involving real property however, co-ownerships can turn sour, and a partition action could be on the table.What exactly does this mean? For this post, we’re going over partition actions, the rights of each co-owner when a partition action is on the table, and the best way to deal with these types of situations with real estate investments in CA.
At DiJulio Law Group, our seasoned real estate attorneys are experienced in all matters relating to commercial and residential real estate all across California. As our clients have come to learn, we do more than just litigation, and our extensive set of legal services includes assistance with drafting and reviewing lease agreements and other legal contracts.
At DiJulio Law Group, we work hard to help clients handle a large array of real estate law cases, from simple contract/lease reviews to more complex matters involving litigation and assets such as commercial/residential property. Many of our cases also focus on tenant/landlord issues, which is what we want to focus on for today’s blog post.