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What is a lis pendens?

This article provides basic information about lis pendens, and when such notices may be properly recorded.

Writs of possession under california law

This article provides a summary of various writs issued by California law to assist with recovery of tangible property.

Curd, galindo & smith, llp announce that the brothers of a burn victim have sued a mobile home park owner for the death of their sister

Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP announces that a Burn Victim Died After a 65 Day Fight for Her Life and Brothers Sued Landowners.

Plaintiff claimed hotel failed to protect concrete walkway

Attorneys Alex Galindo and Richard Wynn with Curd, Galindo & Smith, LLP Announces Orange County Jury Awards $1,600,000 in Personal Injury Claim in the matter entitled Khuong Nguyen v. Peninsula Hotel Management, LLC dba Ramada Plaza Hotel and Dzung Truong, Orange County Superior Court Case No. 30-2010-00387330.

When it comes to contracts, is coronavirus a 'force majeure'?

Dealing with the current situation is hard enough on ourselves and our loved ones. But what if you entered into a contract, or are a landlord or tenant facing difficult uncertain times? Can you get out of the contract? Can your tenant? Can a seller or buyer? The question is, when It Comes to Contracts, is Coronavirus a 'Force Majeure'?

Application of payments: nevada supreme court clarifies how payments are applied.

The Nevada Supreme Court has recently clarified the law on how payments are applied.

Nevada law allows redemption after hoa foreclosure sale

Nevada has added a right of a homeowner to redeem their property after an HOA lien sale.

Nevada governor halts evictions due to corona virus

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has halted evictions statewide and is encouraging homeowners and landlords to seek mortgage deferrals.