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California’s Tender Rule in Foreclosure Suits: Any way around it?
This article discusses the legal doctrine of "Tender." When bringing certain types of lawsuits, one must tender the amount of the debt to have standing to sue. However, there are certain exceptions to the tender requirement.
Stopping a Foreclosure Sale by Obtaining a Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction
This article advises on your rights to bring litigation against your lender regarding violations of the California Homeowners Bill of Rights and the various court remedies.
The Difference Between Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements
Weddings should be one of the happiest moments in any person’s life and they definitely are if the right precautions are taken. Of course, matrimony is all about love, but you also have to think about the long haul - including prenuptial and postnuptial contracts.
6 Reasons Why NY's Civil Courts Are Stuck In The Past
Experts who traverse the NY civil court system say it suffers from flaws that leave it many steps behind the needs of modern litigators.
Jurisdiction Over Federal Enclaves
When a retrocession of jurisdiction is made by the United States, since state jurisdiction was merely suspended by the cession to the United States, it automatically revests in the state upon retrocession.
The Medical Malpractice Trial Process
A medical malpractice court case is the conclusion of a grueling and antagonistic process. Pre-trial investigations are conducted to determine whether a doctor has violated standard medical practices and resulted in the injury.
"Reckless Disregard" May Suffice for Spoliation Sanction
Reckless Disregard May Suffice for Spoliation Sanction
Demonstratives Allowed in Jury Room During Deliberations
Demonstratives Allowed in Jury Room During Deliberations
Legal Services At Your Fingertips
Legal services can be at the tip of your fingers. Using the world wide web to find what you are looking for
Stand Your Ground
Stand your ground applicability to parking lot dispute.
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