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Unlawful Detainer

Eviction Immediately After Foreclosure?

Lenders who foreclose and take ownership of security property via credit bid at the foreclosure sale often confront a tenant whose lease has been extinguished, but who would rather not vacate the property....more

Initiating Unlawful Detainer Actions: Perfection Not Required

by Lewitt Hackman on

In November 2016 the California Supreme Court ordered that a decision from the appellate division of the San Diego Superior Court in U.S. Financial, L.P. v. Michael McLitus (“McLitus”) be published. ...more

West Coast Real Estate Update: December 2016

by Holland & Knight LLP on

Unlawful Detainer Appeals Process Creates Uncertainty for Landlords - The California Court of Appeal decided the case of Beach Break Equities, LLC v. Martin Lowell on Nov. 22, 2016, and released it for publication on...more

Torts – Habitability Claims – Attorneys’ Fees

by Low, Ball & Lynch on

Christie Hjelm, et al. v. Prometheus Real Estate Group, Inc. - Court of Appeal, First Appellate District (October 5, 2016) - Civil Code § 1942.4 provides for attorneys’ fees in an unlawful detainer action in...more

Best in Law: How to Navigate Legal Pitfalls of Using Airbnb

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

Knowing Local Laws and Rights for Short-Term Rental Success - Services such as Airbnb and VRBO offer service-sharing alternatives to traditional hotels and rentals. Indeed, these online platforms now provide a...more

New 2016 Laws Impacting Commercial Real Estate in Virginia

by Sands Anderson PC on

Another session of Virginia’s General Assembly has now come and gone, adding one more chapter to the nearly four hundred year history of the country’s oldest law-making body. Over three thousand bills were proposed in the...more

The Dangers of Idle Property: Squatters Rights in California

by Best Best & Krieger LLP on

Imagine that you live in Colorado, but own a vacation home in California. You love California, but are only able to visit once a year during the summer, while your kids are on vacation from school. Typically you and your...more

Unlawful Detainer – “Lease” v. “Sale” Agreement

by Low, Ball & Lynch on

Jon Taylor, et al. v. Nu Digital Marketing, Inc. - Court of Appeal, Third Appellate District (February 29, 2016) - An unlawful detainer action is authorized and governed by California Code of Civil Procedure §1161...more

What Creditors Need to Know - Two Recent Bankruptcy Rulings Affect Rights and Risks Regarding the Automatic Stay

by Buchalter on

Immediately upon the commencement of a bankruptcy case an automatic stay prohibits actions against the debtor to, among other things, collect pre-petition obligations and to obtain control over property of the bankruptcy...more

Surplus Proceeds Available for Foreclosure Purchasers Who Face "Holdover" Homeowners

by Miles & Stockbridge P.C. on

Surplus proceeds resulting from a residential foreclosure sale are rare. By nature, homeowners facing foreclosure are generally underwater on their mortgage, and have not been able (or willing) to achieve a short sale. But...more

California Supreme Court Grants Review of Homeowner's Wrongful Foreclosure Claims

On July 15, 2015, the California Supreme Court granted review of Boyce v. T.D. Service Company (2015) 235 Cal.App.4th 429. (Supreme Court Case No. S226267.) In Boyce, the Court of Appeal held that a plaintiff's wrongful...more

Court Exclaims “Enough!” To Homeowner Who Kept Raising Wrongful Foreclosure Claims

“There are no free houses,” began the decision issued by the Court of Appeal on March 23, 2015 in Boyce v. T.D. Service Company (B255958). Examining three years of litigation in bankruptcy court, unlawful detainer court, and...more

Wrongful Foreclosure: Acting Offensively May Short-Circuit the Need for a Defense

by Burr & Forman on

In recent years, lenders have been forced to defend a record number of so-called “wrongful foreclosure” lawsuits. However, several Tennessee court rulings issued this year indicate that if lenders act quickly and offensively,...more

Is a tenant is entitled to attorney fees when landlord's anti-SLAPP motion is denied?

by Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on

In Ben-Shahar v. Pickart, 2014 DJDAR 15712, the California Court of Appeal for the Second District decided a complex landlord/tenant case involving the interplay of unlawful detainer proceedings and California’s Special...more

Supreme Court Seeks Federal Government Opinion on National Bank Act Preemption of State Foreclosure Law

by Goodwin on

Considering a petition for certiorari filed by Federal National Mortgage Association in a case concerning which state’s law governs a national bank’s authority to serve as trustee under a deed of trust—the state in which the...more

Anti-SLAPP "protected activities" include filing of unlawful detainer actions

by Hinshaw & Culbertson LLP on

In Trapp v. Naiman, the California Court of Appeal for the Fourth Appellate District decided an interesting real property case. The case began as a non-judicial foreclosure and unlawful detainer matter. The case then morphed...more

Insolvency Legislative Update - February 2013

California enacted a number of pieces of legislation over the last year or so of great importance to insolvency professionals. These include bills impacting mortgage foreclosures, sales of tax-defaulted property, wage...more

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