Real Estate Law

Oral Home Improvement Contract Enforceable

By Blog, Litigation, Real Estate Law

A recent case by a California Court of Appeal provides a reminder for homeowners and contractors that California’s requirement that “home improvement contracts” must be in writing does not necessarily prevent a contractor from enforcing an oral contract for payment, when fairness and justice so require; and, that a homeowner’s tactics in dealing with a contractor should be considered very carefully.

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Cellular Antenna Site Lease Agreements: Be Smart

By Blog, Real Estate Law

More and more real property owners across the country are finding themselves in the enviable position of receiving an out-of-the-blue offer to lease space on their property for a cellular telecommunications antenna site. Almost any property owner will be interested in generating income from an unused portion of his property, but cell site leases are a different animal and the smart owner will not simply jump at any offer.

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