As with running any business, renting property as a landlord inherently exposes you to a certain level of risk. Right or wrong, our current society has become increasingly litigious. This means that everyone has to be more aware of issues surrounding liability to better protect themselves.
Being a part of a homeowners association in California often involves cooperation and compromise with others. Legitimate disagreements and conflicts may arise, but it is best to resolve these through means other than lawsuits whenever possible.
“I will make sure you never work in this town again!” Most people have heard this phrase uttered in movies or read it in a book. While it can make for good drama, this type of blacklisting can have serious consequences for those who truly try to keep someone from working again in their industry. At the law offices of Lawrence R. Jensen & Associates, we know it is important for you and other California business owners to understand the laws regarding blacklisting.