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Landlord and tenant dispute could close popular LA taco stand

For 51 years, people throughout Los Angeles have enjoyed the food from Henry's Tacos in Studio City. The impending closure of the popular taco stand has raised public outcry, and the dispute appears to center on land-use issues regarding commercial real estate. In particular, let's think about historical monument designation and disputes between tenants and landlords.

Dunkin' Donuts franchisees complain about bad locations

Franchises with locations in California are generally subject to franchise agreements that govern all facets of the franchise business. When franchisees enter into a contract with a franchisor one of the typical clauses will govern whether the franchisee has a right to bring a business litigation against the franchisor.

California maternity hotel at the center of real estate dispute

City officials in a California town have filed a public nuisance lawsuit against the operators of a business that is using a piece of real property to house women from China who are expecting a child.

Theater owners in Oxnard seek $8 million from developer

It is difficult to overstress the importance of contracts in business matters. Sometimes, in the absence of a contract, businesses are forced to engage in costly litigation that could have been avoided if a solid contract were in place.

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