In the previous couple of blog posts our Los Angeles based real estate attorneys have been analyzing what happened when a co-owner of real property takes out a loan secured by their interest in real property. We have seen how that loan only effects the debtor’s interest in the property and that it survives the co-owners […]Read More
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In a previous post we discussed the fact that a cotenant (joint tenant or tenant in common) has the right to borrow against whatever interest they own in real property and that any liens that they cause to be recorded against the property only attach to their share of the co-owned property. This makes sense, […]Read More Cotenancy, Liens
Our partition and real property attorneys frequently come across situations where one co-tenant desires (or already has) encumbered real property. In other words, we frequently see situations where a co-owner of real property takes out a loan against the property either with or without the consent of their co-owner. The obvious questions most people have […]Read More Joint Tenancy, partition
There was a good article in the LA Times today about the renovation planned for the Century City Mall. The plan calls for $800 million in renovations with increased public space and restaurants. Apparently the mall is under pressure to compete with the new mall in Santa Monica and the Grove. With more space […]Read More Commercial Leasing