In many of the real property cases our Los Angeles based real estate attorneys handle the plaintiff records a lis pendens to secure their real property claim involving the property at issue. A lis pendens, otherwise known as a notice of pendency of action, is a pre-judgment lien recorded in the County Recorder’s office that puts […]Read More
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Although the power of eminent domain is generally reserved for public entities, i.e. the government, in certain situations, a private party can exercise a form of eminent domain to acquire the right to enter someone’s property to make necessary repairs. Specifically, the owner of real property may exercise the power of eminent domain to acquire a […]Read More Easement, Eminent Domain, Private Repair Easement
Most people can relate to the experience of trying to choose a doctor for treatment but do not have the foggiest idea of how to locate a good, fair reputable doctor. So where do you look? Most people would start at their primary care doctor and ask for a referral. If that fails, where to […]Read More los angeles real estate attorney
An administrator or other “interested party” can file a petition on behalf of a decedent “where the decedent died having a claim to real or personal property, title to or possession of which is held by another” (Prob. Code § 850(a)(2)(D)). In addition, a third party can make an § 850 claim “where the decedent […]Read More los angeles probate attorney, los angeles real estate attorney, probate, probate attorney, probate code 850, real estate attorney