Force Majeure: know your legal options as a tenant

“Force Majeure” occurs when an emergency that is unforeseeable at the time of the contract makes the performance of the contract objectively impossible. Sometimes, a contract contains the Force Majeure clause (“FMC”). Literally “force majeure” translates from French...

Legal Options to Avoid Foreclosure

What is Foreclosure? When buying a home or refinancing during the ownership of the home, a homeowner may take a loan or mortgage out from a lender in order to help pay for the home. However, when the necessary payments on the mortgage aren’t made on time, a lender can...
Specific Performance & CA Real Estate Contracts

Specific Performance & CA Real Estate Contracts

How To Handle Buyers Backing Out Of Property Sales Selling a home can be a very stressful process for homeowners. This can especially be the case when the buyer unexpectedly backs out of the sale after the contract has been formed but before closing on the property....