Specific Performance Related Blogs

Specific Performance – Why a Lis Pendens is Important

We see this happen a lot. Seller wants to sell home. Buyer is interested in […]

Attorneys Fees in Partition Cases – Schorr Law Argues Appeal

Last week, Schorr Law was fortunate to get the opportunity to argue a partition attorneys […]

What is a Roadway Easement?

The most common type of easement is a roadway easement for ingress and egress to […]

Importance of Timely Filing a Notice of Appeal

Ordinarily, the first step in the appellate process is to file a notice of appeal […]

Statute of Limitations for Construction Defect Claims

To determine the statute of limitations for construction defect claims, there are two types of […]


3 Opciones Cuando un Vendedor de Casa Quiere Salir de Contrato

No hay nada mas frustrante que comenzar el proceso de comprar una casa, o propiedad, […]


C.A.R Purchase and Sale Dispute Resolution

At Schorr Law our real estate attorneys frequently litigate disputes that arise out of the […]


Buyer’s Remedy—Specific Performance

When a seller breaches his obligation to convey the property to a buyer, the buyer […]


Monetary Damages as Part of a Specific Performance Claim

When the buyer is awarded specific performance of a purchase and sale agreement, the buyer […]