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The Levels of Aggression in Co-ownership Disputes

Levels of Assertiveness in Ending Co-ownership Disputes

Co-owners are often unsure how assertive they need to be to force the sale or buyout of their jointly owned property. Usually, the lack of cooperation of the other co-owners and the monetary amount involved will dictate how assertive a co-owner will need to be to end the co-ownership dispute. As California’s premier law firm … Read More

Code of Civil Procedure § 873.230 (CCP) – Allotment of Property Previously Conveyed to Purchaser (Partition In Kind)

California Code of Civil Procedure 873.230 is the California partition statute that explains the effect of a co-owner transferring a portion of the property prior to the filing of a partition action in California. The statute provides that: Where prior to the commencement of the action a party has executed a deed purporting to convey … Read More

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