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What is an Anti-SLAPP Motion?

Contrary to the name, an anti-SLAPP motion is not a motion that has anything to […]

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AirBnB Occupant Who Won’t Leave – A Lodger?

Last night we posted an article on LinkedIn that is getting a lot of attention. […]

When A Property Manager is Required to Have a Real Estate License

When A Property Manager is Required to Have a Real Estate License

The California Business and Professional Code requires a real estate license to perform most acts […]

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Right to Jury Trial in Quiet Title Cases

There are few things in the law that people perceive as inviolate as the right […]

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Homeowner’s Rights When Removing a Lodger

Recently, Schorr Law’s lead attorney Zachary Schorr was asked to appear on ABC’s Nightline to […]

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Writs of Attachment Against Non-California Residents

In one of our previous blog posts, Schorr Law dealt with using writ of attachments […]

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Zachary Schorr’s Appearance on ABC’s Nightline

Click below to watch Schorr Law’s lead trial counsel, Zachary Schorr,  providing legal commentary on […]

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Avoiding Buyer’s Remorse

Schorr Law’s lead real estate attorney – Zachary D. Schorr – was recently quoted in […]

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Lot Line Adjustment Contract – Good Faith and Fair Dealing Required With Extensions of Time

In Los Angeles, where land is very valuable, we are seeing a number of re-occurring […]

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