CCP 872.020

Code of Civil Procedure § 872.020 (CCP) – Scope of Title (Partition Actions)

California Code of Civil Procedure 872.020 is the California partition statute that addresses the scope of title in a partition action in California. The statute provides that: This title governs actions for partition of real property and, except to the extent not applicable, actions for partition of personal property. California Code of Civil Procedure § … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure 872.220 CCP – Title Report (Partition Actions)

California Code of Civil Procedure 872.220 is the California partition statute that explains how a title report will be obtained in a partition action. The statute provides that: If it is necessary to have a title report: (a) The plaintiff may, prior to commencing the action, procure a title report and shall in the complaint indicate … Read More

Personal Property in a Partition California Partition Lawyer Talkov Law

Partition of Personal Property

Personal Property in a Partition Action A partition action in California can certainly force the sale of jointly owned real property, but can it partition personal property, such as cars or artwork? This is a common question we are asked given our experience as California partition lawyers. Indeed, California law does allow for the partition … Read More

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