Liquidated Damages

The following is intended to provide general information about the subject matter covered. It is not meant to provide legal opinions, offer advice, or serve as a substitute for advice by licensed, legal professionals for your particular situation.

Laws and interpretations of those laws change frequently and the subject matter below has important legal consequences. If not understood, legal, tax, or other counsel should be consulted. All risk of loss or damage is solely that of the user of the form below.
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Posting a Calendar Event

Posting a Calendar Event

Go to http://landmeeting.com

Log in at the middle right side of page “Log in to Post or Register Here” Click on “Log in” if you have previously registered. If you forget your password it will allow you to enter your email and the system will send you a new password. (Once you log in you can change the password to whatever you want to use).
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Categories tab on sidebar

STEVE CUTOUT
The Categories tab on the sidebar is a drop-down menu with primary category groups:
Available – for sale, trade, exchange
Building – building is primary for the property
Business – business opportunity
Land – land is primary – building minimal value or interest
News – news and events relating to real estate
Reference – information to do real estate business
Services – what members offer (loans, title, escrow, etc.)
Wanted – property wanted to buy, trade or exchange – or services wanted

You may have multiple categories in some cases (e.g., building AND business)

Click on any of the categories to pull out all the posts with that category.

Legal signatures for corporate entities

Section 313 of the California Corporations Code provides:
Subject to the provisions of subdivision (a) of Section 208, any note, mortgage, evidence of indebtedness, contract, share certificate, initial transaction statement or written statement, conveyance, or other instrument in writing, and any assignment or endorsement thereof, Continue reading

The Effect of Bankruptcy on Abstracts of Judgements

Dennis Wilson Dennis@ Title4u.com 888.579.8454

Dennis Wilson


Frequently it occurs that we issue a preliminary title report showing an abstract of judgment against the
seller as a lien on the property. We are informed that the seller declared bankruptcy, the debt was listed,
a discharge of debtor was issued, and the case was closed. Why are we showing this judgment as a lien on the property? Continue reading

Forms, checklists or reference sheets you use to evaluate property

If you have any forms or reference sheets you use to evaluate a property or checklists send them in via email and I will get them posted for you. Actually any useful forms for commercial real estate. since these are online they should be available anywhere you are working.