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
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This white paper from Jones Lang LaSalle surveys what you (and your clients) need to know. The changes are significant.
Lew Elliott 714.639.3212 DRE01900120 lew.m.elliott @gmail.com
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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
All owners and property managers for commercial buildings over 5,000 sf must pay attention to this excellent synopsis of the new laws. Continue reading
Here is a three-page agreement you may use for your buyer brokerage. As discussed at the last Land and Investment Property Group meeting. Continue reading
Should you capitalize or expense amounts paid to
acquire, produce, or improve Tangible Property?
If you plan to acquire, produce, or improve tangible property,
you need to be aware of a recent major overhaul of the
IRS regulations regarding which costs can be expensed
and which must be capitalized.
Michael Rowan 714.308.7808