CCP 874.120

How Does the Partition Referee Get Paid?

How Does the Partition Referee Get Paid?

The compensation of the partition referee is paid at the end of the case, which is generally when the co-owners are being paid. In California, partition referees effectuate the court’s judgment that the property should be partitioned, which usually involves a sale of the property. The Partition Referee Gets Paid at the End of the … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure § 874.140 (CCP) – Judgment for Unpaid Costs; Enforcement (Partition Action)

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.140 is the California partition statute that addresses how a judgment can be collected from a party in a partition action. The statute provides that: A judgment for unpaid costs of partition may be enforced by the person entitled to the costs in the manner provided for enforcement of money judgments … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure 874.130 CCP – Sale for Benefit of Lien Claimants (Costs of Partition)

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.130 is the California partition statute that gives the court the authority to order a judgment for the benefit of lien claimants after a partition. The statute provides that: Upon application of a person entitled to a lien imposed under this article and upon a showing of good cause, the … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure 874.120 – Lien; Priority (Costs of Partition)

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.120 is the California partition statute that addresses the cost of a partition action as a lien against a co-owner’s interest in the property. The statute provides that: (a) The costs shall be a lien on the share of the party specified. (b) A lien imposed by this section has priority over … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure § 873.160 (CCP) – Liability of Referee (Partition Referees)

California Code of Civil Procedure 873.160 is the California partition statute that releases partition referees of liability for contracts made or expenses incurred unless explicitly in writing. The statute provides that: The referee is not personally liable on contracts made, or for expenses incurred, except as such liability is expressly assumed by the referee in … Read More

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