An owner of commercial property obtains a construction loan secured by a trust deed and obtains a title insurance policy. As a condition of the policy, the owner indemnifies the insurer against loss by mechanic’s liens.
An owner of vacant land subdivides their lot into two parcels, one of which becomes landlocked, and dedicates a portion of each parcel to the county for a public road to access the parcels.
An owner donates to a conservation agency a conservation easement on a portion of land subject to a mortgage.
The homeowner files a claim against the builder for construction defects and violation of the building standards set forth in the Right to Repair Act without first giving notice of the defects to the builder.
Two unmarried co-owners both individually claim a separate mortgage interest deduction (MID) on their tax returns.
Two co-tenants rent a commercial space. The lease agreement signed by both tenants makes them jointly and severally responsible for complying with the terms of the lease.
An individual is in adverse possession of a parcel of real estate for five years. They file a quiet title action to clear title of the owner’s interest of the lot, but fail to deliver the lis pendens to the address listed on the county assessor’s roll.
An owner refinances their mortgage secured by a trust deed on their property and establishes an impound account for the payment of homeowner’s insurance.
A couple and their children occupy a rent-controlled apartment as tenants.
The adult child of a commercial property owner forges the owner’s name and obtains a mortgage secured by a trust deed on the property without the owner’s knowledge.