Reuters reported this week that foreclosure activity across the United States dropped to its lowest in a decade during the first half of 2015. In fact, according to the article, U.S. foreclosures have not only returned to pre-housing crisis levels, they have fallen well below those pre-crisis levels and are still searching for a floor. […]Read More
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In one of our previous posts, we discussed obtaining an easement based on necessity. However, because of the common ownership requirement, a party trying to obtain an easement may not qualify, even if there is a great necessity for the easement. In that situation, you may be able to obtain an easement by condemnation. In some […]Read More Easement by Condemnation
The government has a sovereign right to force private property owners to sell their property for public use, through “eminent domain” proceedings. (Rose v. State (1942) 19 Cal. 2d 713, 719.) When the government evokes this right, it is obligated to pay “just compensation” to the owner of the subject property. (U.S. Const. Amend. V […]Read More Eminent Domain
Zachary Schorr, the lead real estate attorney at Los Angeles based Schorr Law, APC was recently awarded a client’s choice award from legal marketing website AVVO. Schorr Law is pleased to receive this award and looks forward to helping businesses and people throughout Los Angeles County, Southern California and California with all of their real […]Read More