Category: Construction & Real Estate
How Does a Real Estate Partition Action Work?
In this article, the expert Real Estate Attorneys of Brown & Charbonneau, LLP answer the question: How Does a Real Estate Partition Action Work? PARTITION ACTIONS When two or more persons co-own an undivided interest in property, dividing the property may require what is called a $“partition action.” The purpose of a partition action […]READ MORE
Orange County Construction Disputes Attorney
Construction projects involve multiple individuals, bound by contracts, with the end goal of seeing a project through to a successful completion. With countless moving parts, and many dozens of individuals (ranging from architects to subcontractors) involved, putting together a successful construction deal can take months or years, just to get the plans laid out. Because […]READ MORE
Orange County Real Estate Litigation Attorneys
Real estate, particularly in Orange County, CA is a significant investment, which means that when something goes wrong in the purchase, sale, or construction of real estate, there is much at stake for the parties involved. From complex financing to multi-party ownership, to disputes arising between a single seller or owner, to accusations of fraud […]READ MORE
Cause of Non Performance In Force Majeure Contract Disputes
A force majeure clause in a contract may excuse a party’s performance if there is an unpreventable occurrence that disrupts contract performance. The COVID-19 pandemic may be such an occurrence as well as many of COVID-19’s affects. For any of these events to trigger force majeure, however, they must be the actual cause of non-performance. […]READ MORE
What are UCC Filings and How Does UCC Filing Removal Work?
The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) establishes uniform regulations designed to be adopted by all states in order to encourage uniformity of laws. While Uniform Codes do not have to be adopted, most jurisdictions choose to adopt them in whole or in part in order to confirm with accepted practices throughout the country. The UCC, in […]READ MORE
What are the Different Types of Construction Contracts?
This article will help to describe and explain the different types of construction contracts. Construction law aims to protect both builders and buyers or developers as they enter into agreements to improve real property. Whether you are building a structure from scratch or improving an existing structure, construction projects typically involve significant amounts of money […]READ MORE
Are Others Interfering With Your Contracts and Business Operations?
Are Others Interfering With Your Contracts and Business Operations? Competition is fierce in business. Most of the time, the competition is fair. However, in many cases, competitors or even others simply interested in harming your business, commit unlawful acts. The business litigation attorneys of Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can help. In addition to traditional unfair competition, […]READ MORE
What Remedies Are Available for Construction Defects?
An Orange County real estate litigation lawyer can provide you with assistance if construction defects arise in a project that you are involved in. Many different types of problems can arise that impact the construction process and that result in a finished project which does not satisfy the needs of the owner. Some of these […]READ MORE
What is Specific Performance and Why Does it Matter in Real Estate Cases?
An Orange County real estate litigation lawyer can provide assistance to buyers and to sellers of residential real estate or of commercial real estate. If problems occur during real estate transactions, the consequences can often be dire as the parties to the transaction may suffer significant financial loss. Brown & Charbonneau, LLP helps those involved […]READ MORE
What Are the Most Common Reasons for Construction Disputes?
Southern California construction disputes attorneys at Brown & Charbonneau, LLP can provide representation to developers, contractors, subcontractors, property owners and others who are involved in a conflict that arises from a residential or a commercial construction project. Both new construction and remodeling projects often involve substantial amounts of money. Unfortunately, the large amounts of funds […]READ MORE