My old Harvard Law School classmate Greg Weston, whose firm is based in San Diego, California, has started a new blog that I know will be of interest to some of my readers. Greg has been taking a close look at some of the legal issues relevant to the housing market crash from a California perspective, including the California state laws which govern condo contracts. This post, for example, examines the powerful protections afforded California condo buyers by the California Civil Code which could be a basis for demanding a sizeable refund of preconstruction deposit monies. As from time to time I get inquiries regarding properties located in California, I am confident that this addition to the blogosphere will help address questions that have gone unanswered so far.
This article does not constitute legal advice or the formation of an attorney-client relationship, and is not for re-publication without express permission of the author.
Mr. Beck has a law degree from Harvard Law School, and practices law in the courts of South Florida. His law firm, Beck & Lee Business Trial Lawyers in Miami, is dedicated to the practice of business and real estate litigation. A significant portion of Mr. Beck’s practice is devoted to issues arising under condominium purchase agreements. He can be reached at 305-789-0072 or email@example.com