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Bill allowing Landlords to ban Marijuana use from their tenants dropped.

February 22, 2017

In the state with some of the strictest tobacco regulations in the country, legalization of marijuana has California lawmakers pondering over how to treat the illicit substance. A bill from Assemblyman Jim Wood (D-Healdsburg) referenced a 2011 law that permitted landlords to prohibit the smoking of cigarettes and other tobacco products on their rental properties. […]

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Summary Judgment & Foreclosures

March 27, 2016

Viable Alternative to a Court Trial in an Unlawful Detainer Case – Summary Judgment & Foreclosures Have you bought a property in foreclosure and come to find out that the prior owner or tenants are occupying the home you just purchased? There is an alternative to a Court Trial in an Unlawful Detainer case involving […]

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How is Date of Separation Determined

February 20, 2016

Courts Taking New Approach to Determining Date of Separation Often clients come into our office and ask “how do I determine when my spouse and I separated?” The answer given to clients in the past has been based on various factors and a “totality of circumstances”. These factors varied from case to case basis. California […]

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Tierney Law Group Obtains $245,000 for Plaintiff Following Trial

February 25, 2015

Case involved a lawsuit on behalf of the new owners of Trinitas Golf Club (located in Valley Springs, California), against the Defendants, former owners Michael Nemee and Trinitas Enterprises, LLC. The lawsuit alleged that Nemee and Trinitas Enterprises had committed Trespass and Conversion against the new owners. Tierney Law Group took the case to trial […]