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[VIDEO] "Timeshare Restrictions in Huntington Beach, California" by Newport Beach Real Estate Attorneys

Due to the high traffic, noise, lowering property value, and other issues arising from the temporary nature of timeshares, cities often enact ordinances regulating the development and use of Timeshares within city limits.

Defend Yourself Against California Mortgage Fraud Cases

Protect yourself from California mortgage fraud cases by understanding the fraudulent activities in the real estate market.

Huntington Beach Timeshare Restrictions

Due to the high traffic, noise, lowering property value, and other issues arising from the temporary nature of timeshares, cities often enact ordinances regulating the development and use of Timeshares within city limits.

[NEWS] "Outdoor Lighting Restrictions in Newport Beach" by Newport Beach Real Estate Attorneys

Outdoor lighting can be restricted by municipal code and ordinances, for purposes of ensuring public safety as well as to prevent creating a nuisance to neighboring properties.

Debunking Common Misconceptions About California Property Laws

Navigate the complexities of California property laws with confidence. Get clarity on your rights and obligations with Deldar Legal.

[WATCH] "Beach Use Restrictions in Newport Beach" by Newport Beach Real Estate Attorneys

Newport Beach includes more than eight miles of beaches. While these beaches are open to the public, there are time and usage restrictions in place, which are codified in Chapter 11.04 of the Newport Beach Municipal Code.

[WATCH] "Care Custodians in California Probate Law" by Newport Beach Real Estate Attorneys

In California, a Care Custodian is a legal arrangement in which a court appoints an individual or entity to make decisions and provide care for an adult who is unable to care for themselves due to physical or mental limitations.

Care Custodians in California Probate Law

In a previous article, we discussed the omitted spouse statute in California, which provides for the decedent’s surviving spouse when the decedent has failed to provide for said spouse in their will or trust.

[UPDATE] "Fencing or Hedge Restrictions in Newport Beach CA" by Newport Beach Real Estate Attorneys

City, county and municipal governments often impose restrictions on the location and height of fences or hedges on residential and commercial properties.

[WATCH VIDEO] "Restrictions on Timeshares in Newport Beach" by Newport Beach Real Estate Attorneys

A Timeshare is a vacation residence in which the owner gets the right to use a specified type of residence within a specified timeframe.

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