The court distinguishes between the loss of view and the taking of property.
Implicit bias by a city council against a developer raises questions about the nature of the Fair Housing Act.
Property pricing valuation is affected when government restrictions on a mortgage end.
A bankruptcy trustee discovers inaccuracies in a homeowner’s claim of homestead exemption after the deadline to object has passed.
The court determines ownership interest in a property where title is transferred between multiple entities.
Money losses are sought after a neighbor’s encroachment in spite of the property’s increasing value.
A California court of appeals distinguishes between pre-foreclosure and wrongful foreclosure actions with commentary on void and voidable assignments.
A California court of appeals clarifies the guidelines for appraiser independence.
A disguised security device is used to mask a tenancy agreement as a sale. Confusion ensues.
The court distinguishes between substantial and actual completion of a construction project and where the 90-day window to file a mechanic’s lien begins.