In the last month, many news outlets have picked up on a story involving the owner of a Tesla Model S, who has listed the automobile on Airbnb and will allow individuals to spend the night it for $85.00 a night. As attorneys who have dealt with several legal issues involving Airbnb, Homeaway and VRBO […]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.
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At first glance, the standard California Association of Realtors (“C.A.R.”) form for the purchase of residential real property seems to limit amount of liquidated damages the seller can recover to 3% of the purchase price. Specifically, the clause governing liquidated damages provides: LIQUIDATED DAMAGES: If Buyer fails to complete this purchase because of Buyer’s default, […]Read More Liquidated Damages
When entering a real estate transaction, buyers and sellers should be careful to analyze the escrow instructions that they are agreeing to prior to signing them. The escrow instructions control how the escrow will take place. Our real estate attorneys have a great deal of experience dealing with purchase and sale dispute where the escrow […]Read More Escrow Instructions
An estoppel certificate is a signed certification of various matters with respect to a lease. It has been defined as a signed statement by a party, such as a tenant, certifying for the benefit of another party that a certain statement of facts as of the date of the statement, such as that a lease […]Read More commercial lease, Estoppel Certificate