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Adverse Possession v. Prescriptive Easement

Posted by Joseph Rockne | May 05, 2024 | 0 Comments

Boundary disputes arise in many ways. However, at their core, they all share a common characteristic: a legal boundary line is being ignored. Provided that the boundary line has been ignored for the requisite period of time (usually ten years), the user can acquire title to the other's property....

Statutory Warranty Deeds; Sellers' Lasting Obligations

Posted by Joseph Rockne | Apr 05, 2024 | 0 Comments

Real estate is transferred via deed. There are different types of deeds; the most common is the Statutory Warranty Deed. As with all deeds, a seller with sign a statutory warranty deed and deliver it to a buyer, often through escrow, and usually with it being recorded at the county recorder's of...

Time for your deposition

Posted by Joseph Rockne | Mar 04, 2024 | 0 Comments

Most lawsuits settle. But, there may be a time when the opposing attorney will have you in the hot seat answering questions under oath. Attorneys have the right to require parties and witnesses to answer questions during the discovery process. It can be a nerve wracking time. Most lawsuits settl...


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