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Walk, don’t run: After foreclosing, lenders should pause before evicting tenants in California

Jeff Brown December 26, 2018
illustration of eviction notice

The California Supreme Court has held that a new owner of property obtained through non-judicial foreclosure must perfect title before serving a written notice to quit on the current tenants. READ MORE

‘I’m yours … and yours’: California Supreme Court puts restrictions on ‘dual agents’

Jeff Brown November 30, 2016

The Court concluded that the real estate salesperson owed the parties to that transaction the same fiduciary duties as the broker on whose behalf he acted. READ MORE