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IF YOUR ASSOCIATION IS GETTING CLOSE TO THE 10 YEAR MARK, IT MAY BE TIME TO SERIOURSLY CONSIDER ITS LONG TERM COST OF MAINTENANCE OR REPAIR.

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The worst thing a homeowner association can do is assume that because they have not observed any construction defects on their property, that none exist. Serious defects commonly remain undetected until after the statute of limitations for seeking compensation from the builder has expired. In which case, the property owners…
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Michael A. Hearn is preparing for trial in Colorado.  Opening Statements are set to commence on May 5, 2014.   Robert A. von Esch IV prevailed on a land sale dispute lawsuit.  A client hired Mr. von Esch in connection with a dispute whereby a hopeful buyer claimed to have…
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DO THE TERMS OF THE CONTRACT MEAN ANYTHING?

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On January 14, 2013, the California Supreme Court ruled on the matter of Riverisland Cold Storage, Inc. et al v. Fresno-Madera Production Credit Association.  The California Supreme Court decided that statements made outside of a signed and fully integrated written agreement can be considered by the Court to determine the…
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