This article analyzes the recent Third District Court of Appeal case, Petrovich Development, LLC v. City of Sacramento, (2020), which held that local legislators must not be biased in making decisions during a public hearing for land use issues.
The attorneys at Moore & Bogener took the matter to trial where they successfully established their clients had obtained a prescriptive easement for the pathway, requiring the neighbors to remove the fence and allow the access.
A contractor whose license lapses during the term of its construction contract, even though its work is performed by an affiliated entity with a license, is subject to the bar on actions by unlicensed contractors and the disgorgement provisions of Bus & P C §7031. (Judicial Council v Jacobs Facilities, Inc. (2015) 239 CA4th 882.)
Effective January 1, 2017, California Civil Code 1938 addresses the rights and responsibilities of prospective landlords and tenants with respect to the existence, or non-existence, of an inspection of the property by Certified Access Specialist.