At Schorr Law our real estate attorneys frequently litigate disputes that arise out of a California Association of Realtors (CAR) form. These disputes range from purchase and sale disputes involving non-disclosure, escrow deposit disputes, specific performance, fraud claims, leasing disputes, broker and brokerage disputes arising out of listing agreements and many other types of disputes. […]Read More
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The Los Angeles based real estate attorneys at Schorr Law, APC provide this blog to provide a timely and topical discussion of the law surrounding real estate in California. We pride ourselves on staying up to date on current real estate topics and understanding real estate disputes at a depth that is only attained through the constant exploration of real estate issues. This allows us to better represent our clients in their real estate disputes. In this site you will find a range of topics that may or not apply to your situation. We invite your comments and, of course, we look forward to the opportunity to help you with your real estate matter.
Schorr Law offers vigorous representation for real estate disputes. We come to any dispute fully prepared to litigate it to the end. We do, however, understand that each case and each client is different, so we develop a specific approach for each case.
Schorr Law's Land & Lease blog (Realestateattorneyla.com) supplements Schorr Law's main website at www.schorr-law.com. We invite you to visit that site as well and the blog hosted on that site. We create our own original content and the blogs on the two sites are independent. Please note that this blog is not a substitute for actual legal advice. If you are facing one of the many issues we discuss on this site, we suggest you contact us to discuss you matter. The information on this site does not, in any way, create an attorney-client relationship. .
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Implied in both residential and commercial leases is the covenant of quiet enjoyment. This means that implied in every rental agreement is the landlord’s promise to allow a tenant quiet enjoyment of the property during the rental term. (Cal. Civ. Code § 1927; see also Erlach v. Sierra Asset Servicing LLC (2014) 226 Cal.App.4th 1281, 1300 (hereafter Erlach).) Additionally, […]Read More Quiet Enjoyment
The Los Angeles Times published an interesting article yesterday about a positive new proposal . According to the article by James Koren, Los Angeles City Council has recently approved a major plan to fix-up and sell foreclosed bank properties without spending taxpayer money. The proposal aims to fix -up twenty-five bank owned properties that have acted as a base for […]Read More Foreclosure
In my last post, I discussed the difference between licenses and easements. However, as discussed below, in certain situations, a license can give a licensee rights similar to an easement. In most cases, in light of its nature, a license is revocable. However, in some circumstances, a license may become irrevocable. An irrevocable license is […]Read More Easement, License