CCP 873.520

Property Sold in a Partition Action in California

How is a Property Sold in a Partition Action in California?

How is the sale of a California property conducted in a partition action? Throughout the process of a partition action in California, the end goal is almost always to force the sale of jointly owned property. With the court ordering the sale, it can be confusing how it goes about doing this. How exactly is … Read More

How Realtors Can Force the Sale of Co-Owned Property

How Realtors Can Force the Sale of Co-owned Property in California

Can Realtors assist their clients in selling a co-owned property? As a Realtor, you may have come across situations in which a disagreeable co-owner disrupts an otherwise easy sale. Your client may have his or her heart set on selling the home but is unable to do so without the signature of the uncooperative co-owner. … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure 873.520 CCP - Public Auction or Private Sale; Determination; Report of Referee (Partition by Sale)

Code of Civil Procedure 873.520 CCP – Public Auction or Private Sale; Determination; Report of Referee (Partition by Sale)

California Code of Civil Procedure 873.520 is the California partition statute that allows the court to determine whether the property should be sold either at a public auction or through a private sale. The statute provides that: The property shall be sold at public auction or private sale as the court determines will be more … Read More

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