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What information must you disclose when selling property?

California residents who are contemplating selling their home may be interested in the requirement that a seller has to disclose problems to the buyer. While the way the seller makes such disclosures and the detail involved varies from one state to another, in most states, the seller may not conceal what he or she knows to be problematic. In California, for instance, the disclosure is detailed. However, only the issues the seller is aware of normally has to be disclosed.

Challenging a government taking through eminent domain

Property owners in California who have received a notice about an eminent domain action have the right to challenge the government's decision to take their land. Before a notice about eminent domain is presented to a property owner, the government is obligated to offer the property owner a fair price and participate in negotiations over the compensation.

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