Let’s Bring America to California! By Jon Coupal, President of Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association

The increasing rate of people and businesses leaving California is well documented and is slowly being acknowledged by reluctant politicians and legacy media. Arguments from California’s cheerleader-in-chief, Governor Newsom, that everything is fine are growing less credible by the day. For those of us who want to stay in the Golden State – no matter…

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Something to Think About #133: Oral Tradition by Klarise Yahya, Commercial Mortgage Broker, BRE: 00957107 – MLO: 249261

The Wikipedia summarizer provides an excellent description of the Oral tradition. Oral tradition is a form of human communication where knowledge, art, ideas, and cultural material is received, preserved, and transmitted orally from one generation to another through speech or song. It is not the same as testimony or oral history. Oral tradition refers to the…

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The Proactive Approach to ADA [American Disability Act] Compliance by Anthony “Tony” C. Guichard

The filing of ADA lawsuits in California is still on the rise against commercial property owners, retail strip centers, tenants of retail business and apartment buildings with 15 units or more that have leasing offices. Often owners attempt to make corrections without expert advice or direction which often leads to the possibility of multiple lawsuits.…

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Legal Q& A By: Franco Simone, Esq.

Below are questions asked by rental property owners regarding California property management, followed by answers provided by the law firm of Simone and Blevins. Effective June 24, 2023, the city of San Diego enacted the new Residential Tenant Protections.  Ordinance No. O-21647. This new ordinance amended and replaced the Tenant’s Right to Know  Ordinance that…

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