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The Residential Remodel – Working with general contractors who are unlicensed

June 11th, 2010 · 1 Comment · Construction Defect, Construction Law - Remodels, Cost overruns, Construction Loans

There has a been a recent flurry of cases in California courts awarding homeowners disgorgement of all fees paid to general contractors (under B&P Section 7031).  In cases like White v. Cridlebaugh, 175 Cal. App. 4th 1535 – 2009 and Oceguera v. Cohen, there were technical defects with the general contractor's license–ie, the general contractor had been licensed at […]

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Building Your Dream Home, Pt. 1

October 5th, 2006 · No Comments · Construction Loans

For many Americans, there is a deep-rooted desire to build their own home.  In the busy suburbs of Silicon Valley, empty plots of land are few and far between these days.  As a result, the remodel project has become a booming industry over the last decade. The first and largest hurdle in planning your dream […]

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