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Welcome to Vondran Legal Hour. This is Attorney Steve's business and real estate channel. Make sure to "FOLLOW" us by clicking on the button. We handle civil litigation, business, real estate and broker compliance law in California and Arizona.

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Maricopa County Arizona has launched a new "business court" where only commercial, business and commercial real estate disputes will be heard, Some cases have to have a miminum $50,000 amount in controversy requirement.... more

Introduction When you are involved as a Plaintiff in a financial elder abuse case in California, you need to understand the pre-judgement writ of attachment process. This legal procedure allows you to go after the assets of one or... more

Introduction This real estate law podcast provides general legal information on the topic of a sellers right to terminate a listing contract when the first agent does fraudulent "comps" analysis and fails to market the real estate like the... more

Introduction When you are involved in real estate litigation that affects title or possession to real property, you need to know what a lis pendens is and how it works. You need to understand what it means to "cloud title" and what it means... more

Introduction - Attorney Steve's Eminent Domain Series When your property is being taken by the government (subject to eminent domain) in Maricopa, Yuma, Pinal, Coconino, Navajo, Yavapai, or other County in Arizona, you want to make... more

When your property is taken by a governmental agency in Arizona (which could be a town, city, APS, SRP, Department of Transportation, or other condemning authority), you are enittled to receive "just compensation." But you cannot get... more

Can my second mortgage foreclose on me if I am not current on loan payments? This is a question my real estate law office hears quite frequently. The simple answer is YES, your second mortgage or HELOC loan can foreclose on your if... more

Introduction When the government takes your property (via eminent domain or inverse condemnation) they are required to pay "just compensation" for the taking. This is a consitutional requirement. But what is the difference between these... more

Process to surrender California Real Estate License One question we get from time to time from our real estate clients (brokers or salespersons) is "should I surrender my real estate license" if I am facing a DRE adiministrative hearing for... more

Introduction Financial elder abuse is on the rise in California. People are living longer due to advances in science, medicine, health, fitness and nutrition. At the same time, "seniors" (those over 65 years of age - which is still relatively "young"... more
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