Monthly Archives: April 2016

Purchase and Sale Agreement May Create Landlord-Tenant Relationship Such That Seller May Bring Unlawful Detainer Action

In Taylor v. Nu Digital Marketing (decided February 29, 2016), the Taylors (the “Sellers”) and Nu Digital Marketing (the “Buyer”) entered into a “Contract of Sale of Residential Property”. Under the agreement, the Sellers agreed to sell real property to the Buyer for $1,250,000 subject to various conditions including the requirement […]

April 30, 2016 | Landlord-Tenant Law |

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California Law Prohibits A Tenant From Recording A Property Manager Without Consent

A California statute makes it unlawful to “eavesdrop upon or record” confidential communications without the consent of all parties to the communication. Under California Penal Code section 632, “(e)very person who, intentionally and without the consent of all parties to a confidential communication, by means of any electronic amplifying or […]

April 9, 2016 | Landlord-Tenant Law |

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