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Creating Easements by Implied Grant or Reservation

Generally, easements can only be created in writing or by prescription. However, under certain circumstances, […]

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Creating Easements by Express Grant or Reservation

In one of our easement attorneys’ previous posts, we gave a general overview of easements and the […]

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What Is An Easement?

An easement is an intangible interest in the land of another that gives its owner […]

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Fiduciary Duties Business Partners Have to Each Other

Business partners have duties to other partners within the partnership. This may seem obvious, but the […]

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Buyer of Residential Income Property’s Easiest Way to Cancel Sale Without Breaching Contract

After a entering into a residential income property purchase agreement (as set forth in C.A.R. […]

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How to Break a Lease Early With the Fewest Costs & Issues

Schorr Law’s lead real estate attorney Zachary Schorr was recently quoted on buildum.com in an […]

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Who Can Decide to Voluntarily Dissolve a Corporation

A corporation can decide that is no longer wants to do business, but in order […]

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When Can a Business Partner Sue Their Business Partner

Ordinarily, partners cannot sue each other for damages based on partnership business, at least not […]

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How to Authenticate Deposition Testimony

How does an attorney use deposition testimony? Taking depositions is fairly standard in any kind of […]

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