(From attorney Scott Sounders, Attorney at Law) If You Pay Extra For A View Is It Protectable I receive many phone calls over the course of a year from homeowners who want to sue their neighbors or the City or their HOA because they have “lost their view” due to construction on a neighboring lot. Almost without question the aggrieved feels strongly that they paid for this … [Read more...] about Are Home Views Legally Protectable in California?
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From J. Scott Souders, attorney: If for any reason you wish to review a law update for a case that has previously been cited, law updates for the past year are on my website, Scottsouders.com . Enclosed herewith for your review are brief summaries of new cases. 1. Homeowner’s Insurance Does Not Generally Cover Tenants Who Are Injured on the Property In the case of … [Read more...] about Legal: Are you up to date with your property insurance?
From J. Scott Souders, attorney: 1. If You Pay Extra Money For A View Is It Protectable? I have received many phone calls over the years from homeowners who want to sue their neighbors or the City or their HOA because they have “lost their view” due to construction on a neighboring lot or the neighbor’s trees have grown like weeds. … [Read more...] about Legal: Is Your View Home Protectable?
This article courtesy of real estate attorney Scout Souders. After Foreclosure Sale Trustee’s Deed Upon Sale Does Not Need To Be Recorded Prior To Serving Notice To Quit. In the case of Dr. Leevil, LLC vs. Westlake Healthcare Ctr.  9 Cal App 5th 450 the Appellate Court held that a notice to quit was not premature even though the new owner, who received title at a … [Read more...] about REAL ESTATE LAW UPATE: Trustee’s Sale