Alicia Tasvibi is an attorney licensed to practice by the
State of California, the U.S. District Court - Central District of California,
and is an inactive member of the District of Columbia Bar. A former classical musician, her interests
include the fine arts, travel and outdoor activities. A Midwest native with a background in civil
litigation in the areas of real estate and personal injury law, Ms. Tasvibi
currently works in federal and commercial procurement in the Los Angeles,
California area, and is a member of the National Contract Management
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Articles By A.O. Tasvibi
California, like many states, requires its residential property sellers to disclose, in writing, details about the property they have on the market.
Real estate brokers in California have similar disclosure obligations to property sellers.
Exploring the statutory and other bases for holding the builder of your newly constructed home responsible for defects.
What Washington home buyers can do after discovering undisclosed home defects.
In the state of Washington, you – as a residential home seller – are required by law to disclose certain details about a residential property you are trying to sell.