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This public policy is manifested in California Business and Professions Code Section 16600, which states: Read More What happens when you sign a contract and then, in a dispute over the contract language, the other side tries to introduce oral evidence that contradicts the written word?
In Duncan, the court of appeal did not allow the introduction of such evidence because of the inclusion of a “merger” or “entire agreement” clause.
After loan approval and after the disclosures, Buyer removes all contingencies.
Seller incurs thousands of dollars in obtaining termite clearance and in removing Seller’s junk from her yard, in contemplation of the sale.
Late Thursday night, I finally called the only girl I thought would say yes.
Read More THE SCENE: Suppose a Buyer and Seller agree on a purchase price for Seller’s home (for this hypothetical assume 0,000.00), they sign the customary California of Association of Realtors (“CAR”) form Residential Purchase Agreement and Joint Escrow Instructions (“Agreement”) and open escrow. Buyer’s lender approves Buyer for a purchase money loan.
Thereafter, however, Buyer’s lender does an about face and disapproves the loan.
Buyer also discovers several conditions regarding the house that Buyer believes were misrepresented (e.g., an open insurance claim, fire damage, mold, water damage and unpermitted work).
Read More Issue Can a company prevent one of its current clients from hiring away the company's employees? Generally, the company, as an employer, cannot restrict the movement of its employees.
However, some California Courts seem to suggest that a narrowly defined contract provision between a company and its client may give the company the ability to prohibit “employee raiding,” or at least make it expensive for a client to steal an employee, which might be a hiring disincentive.