Property owners may transfer title in property to one party despite the fact that the property is meant to benefit, at least partially, another party. This often happens where one party pays for property but does not go on title because of issues with that parties’ credit. When that occurs, depending on the specific situation, […]Read More
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The Code of Civil Procedure prescribes several situations where referees may be appointed in partitions actions to oversee actual partition of the property, whether by dividing the property, by sale, or by appraisal. Today, I am going to discuss the role of an appointed referee in connection with a partition of the property by sale. […]Read More Los Angeles Partition Attorney, Partition Referee
In partition actions the court generally resolves all conflicting claims existing between the parties arising out of their relationship as cotenants. This typically includes an accounting with reimbursements for costs, expenses and improvement by one cotenant to the extent they disproportionately contribute to the property’s ongoing costs. These costs along with any allowable attorneys’ fees […]Read More
Schorr Law’s lead trial counsel, Zachary D. Schorr, recently provided legal commentary for a real estate matter on ABC’s Nightline. Watch the chip below.Read More