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Month: January 2021

On Behalf Of Greenacre Law LLP
January 29, 2021

Agreed-Boundary Doctrine In theory, many disputes over boundary lines are fairly easy to settle. The parties in a dispute can have a survey done based on the deed description to mark the real boundary of the properties. However, the agreed-boundary doctrine...

On Behalf Of Greenacre Law LLP
January 28, 2021

Co-Ownership Trials and Tribulations: Quiet Title Actions Vs. Partition Actions Who owns the real estate and who can sell it? How much should each person get? There are many situations in which two people may co-own a property, the most obvious...

On Behalf Of Greenacre Law LLP
January 27, 2021

Disputes over the boundary between two adjacent properties can take many forms and are the most common cause of real estate litigation between neighbors. They can also be the most contentious, with tempers flaring high. There are few things as personal...

On Behalf Of Greenacre Law LLP
January 26, 2021

Introduction to Easements An easement is a right granting limited use of another property, whether commercial or residential, that impinges on the owner’s otherwise complete title to the property’s ownership and use, known as an “encumbrance on the title.” An easement...

On Behalf Of Greenacre Law LLP
January 25, 2021

Who is Responsible for a Boundary Fence? Good Fences Make Good Neighbors In the “Mending Wall,” Robert Frost describes two neighbors doing routine maintenance on their boundary wall. The one neighbor is unthinkingly good-humored about the work: “Good fences make good...

On Behalf Of Greenacre Law LLP
January 23, 2021

First, if you’re facing a possible foreclosure, Greenacre Law has you covered. With our experienced California real estate attorneys, you have the best chance of keeping your home. In this short introduction, we will lay out some of the ways you...

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