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Understanding different types of commercial real estate leases

When a person decides to start a business, there are many factors that need to go into consideration. One of the biggest aspects to consider relates to where the business will set up shop. There are often many options to choose from when it comes to commercial real estate, but California entrepreneurs may want to ensure they understand their lease agreements.

Home inspections have limitations in real estate transactions

Buying a house can be an exciting but daunting process. California homebuyers want to be sure they receive the best deal possible and that they will not end up with a home in need of major repairs. This is why home inspections are a vital part of real estate transactions. However, it would be good to know that those inspections also come with certain limitations.

Buying a business? A lawyer can help

Some opportunities only come along once in a lifetime. Perhaps you heard that a business here in Anaheim was up for sale. You decided that buying a business that is already established would be the way to go. You envision breathing new life into the business and making it a success, but that may only happen if the transaction goes through without any surprises or seemingly insurmountable obstacles due to a dispute.

How to handle an encroachment on your property

Property disputes are not uncommon. Noise complaints, yard waste and easements are a few examples of issues that can become problematic. While these are relatively mundane catalysts for neighborhood friction, what happens when someone else actually puts a structure on your property?

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