Arbitration Agreements in California Real Estate Contracts- What They Say Matters

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Often, not much attention is given to the language of arbitration provisions in contracts, especially California real estate purchase and sale contracts or leases, least of all by consumers. A recent group of California decisions point out that rather than just initialing the paragraph, contracting parties should consider what the provision provides for.

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