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California Code of Civil Procedure 874.314 is the California partition statute that explains partition alternatives under the California Partition of Real Property Act. The statute provides that:

(a) This act does not limit or affect the method by which service of a complaint in a partition action may be made.

(b) If the plaintiff in a partition action seeks

One of the most common disputes in a partition action arise when the co-owner in sole possession has also been paying all of the expenses. That co-owner often believes that they will collect all of their expenses in an accounting in a partition action. Effectively, the issue is whether the co-owner out of possession can claim the rental value

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.321 is the California partition statute that describes what details of the sale of the property are required to be submitted to the court under the California Partition of Real Property Act. The statute provides that:
(a) A broker appointed to offer property for open-market sale shall file a report with the court not later than

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.318 is the California partition statute that explains partition alternatives under the California Partition of Real Property Act. The statute provides that:

(a) If all the interests of all cotenants that requested partition by sale are not purchased by other cotenants pursuant to Section 874.317, or if after conclusion of the buyout under Section

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.321.5 is the California partition statute that describes how the court will distribute the costs of partition among parties that oppose the partition under the California Partition of Real Property Act. The statute states the following:

In an action for partition of property, the court may apportion the costs of partition, including an appraisal fee,

California Code of Civil Procedure 874.316 is the California partition statute that sets forth the manner in which the fair market value of the property is determined under the Partition of Real Property Act. The statute states the following:

(a) Except as otherwise provided in subdivisions (b) and (c), the court shall determine the fair market value of the