Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Direct Dial: (916) 569-8121 ANALYZING A TENANT’S CASE FOR RENT RELIEF DUE TO THE COVD-19 PANDEMIC April 20, 2020, by Tom Stewart There is a lot of chatter about “force majeure” clauses these days in the world of commercial real estate (a recent Google search showed almost 55,000,000 results for “force majeure”; […]
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A neutron walks into a bar and asks “How much for a drink?” The bartender replies “For you, no charge.” RISE OF THE EV MACHINES…BUT NOT MANY EV CHARGING STATIONS (YET) When it comes to zero-emission vehicles, the State of California has established some ambitious goals: by 2025, the State hopes to see 1.5 million […]
“An ‘as is’ provision may therefore be effective as to a dilapidated stairway but not as to a missing structural member, a subterranean creek in the backyard or an unexploded bomb buried in the basement, all being known to the seller.” Lingsch v. Savage, 213 Cal.App.2d 729, 735-36 (1963) THE THREE LEGAL BASES FOR AN […]