Delmar G. Williams

Delmar G. Williams

Best Best & Krieger LLP

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Changes in Redevelopment Dissolution Law May Affect ROPS 14-15A Due To Department of Finance by March 1

Revised Definition of “Enforceable Obligation” Provides Administrative Cost Allowance for Housing Successor Entity - On February 18, Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Assembly Bill 471 that, among other things, affects...more

2/20/2014 - Department of Financial Services Real Estate Market Redevelopment ROPS

Owning Property Subject To An Easement May Include an Obligation to Sign Legal Documents for the Easement Holder

Court Imposed a “Rule of Reasonableness and Mutual Accommodation” on Neighboring Property Owners - Owning real property that is subject to an easement may include an obligation to sign land use or building permit...more

2/7/2014 - Easements Property Owners

Deed of Trust Security Prevents Merger of Estates - Legal Doctrine of Merger of Real Property Estates Will Not Defeat the...

A California Appellate Court recently determined that a lender taking a security interest in both California real property and an easement benefiting such real property by recording a deed of trust does not lose its security...more

5/21/2013 - Deed of Trust Easements Lenders Mergers

Securing Multiple Loans With a Single Deed Of Trust Does Not Affect Lien Priority in Foreclosure - Priority of Each Secured Loan...

The California Court of Appeal (Second District) recently determined that the lien priority of multiple loans secured by a single deed of trust must be determined separately for each individual loan. As a result, secured...more

3/4/2013 - Deed of Trust Foreclosure Judgment Liens Secured Loans

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