5 Common Types of Receiverships

The receivership remedy is a powerful remedy to address legal conflicts.  A receiver acts at the direction of a court and steps in to manage situations often rife with conflict and tension. The receivership remedy can address health and safety violations, business disputes, divorce proceedings, and more.

3 Tips for Identifying the Right Court-Appointed Receiver

Under normal circumstances, no one would choose to be involved in a legal conflict that has to be decided by the courts. However, situations arise all the time that require court involvement.

After the Property is Sold: The Accounting Phase of a Partition Case

Once a partition referee sells a property, they split up the funds among the owners and the case is over, right? Well, not exactly. 

The Difference Between a Receiver and a Partition Referee

Receivers and Partition Referees each play an important role in California’s court system. However, they don’t have the same responsibilities. 

Receivership over Historic Properties Protected Under the Mills Act

The Mills Act protects properties that have historic value. What happens when a receiver takes control of a property that is protected by the Mills Act? 

Liquor License Receiverships in California

When a judgment lien is entered against a judgment debtor, California law lays out a specific process whereby a court-appointed receiver can take control of a liquor license that the debtor holds. 


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