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A.B. 456 amends California Civil Code Sections 3084 and 8416, relating to mechanics liens. Existing law requires a claim of mechanics' lien to be served on the "owner or reputed owner" of the property. Accompanying the lien is a proof of service affidavit which is required to state the name of the person upon whom the mechanics' lien was served. Effective January 1, 2012, for a mechanics' lien to be valid, the service of process affidavit (proof of service) must state not only the name of the owner or reputed [...]
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Posted In: Real Estate Reporter
Effective January 1, 2012, A.B. 571 amends and greatly simplifies Chapter 5 of the California Corporations Code governing corporate distributions (dividends and share repurchases). In effect, A.B. 571 permits a solvent corporation to make a distribution to its shareholders so long as the value of the corporation's assets will exceed its liabilities after the distribution.
Posted In: Corporate Client Bulletin
If you plan to form or change a business in California, then your decision on what type of corporation to form just got even more difficult. Prior to January 1, 2012, individuals seeking to form a corporation had two options: form a for profit corporation which focuses on maximizing shareholder profit, or form a nonprofit corporation which prohibits investor profit. With the enactment of A.B. 361 and S.B. 201, individuals will now have two more options: (1) the Flexible Purpose Corporation and (2) the Benefit Corporation. [...]
In Junkin v. Golden West Foreclosure Service, Inc.,180 Cal.App.4th 1150 (2009), Gary Bennett (a hard money lender) loaned Donald Junkin III (a licensed real estate agent and investor) $856,000 to purchase a property for $1.975 million. The balance of the purchase price came from a licensed financial institution [...]
Effective April 1, 2012, S.B. 4 amends California Civil Code §2924(f) to require a notice of trustee's sale for the non-judicial foreclosure of a single family residence, and properties with one-to-four residential units, to contain two (2) additional written notices:
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