• Plaintiff owned a gas station next to property purchased by Defendants.  Defendants were building a gas station on it.  Plaintiff claimed there was a restrictive covenant that runs with its land which precludes a gas station, and that Defendants had notice of the covenant when they purchased.  The Court had already refused to allow a lis pendens because it found the covenant does not run with the land and there was no notice.  Plaintiff believed new evidence would convince the judge that the covenant runs with the land and/or there was advance notice.

  • Boundary disputes

  • Easement disputes

  • Easement for public recreation

  • Disputes as to removal of invasive landscaping

  • Disputes as to allegedly improper removal of trees and shrubs

  • Disputes as to nuisances and bad neighbors

  • Disputes between individuals and homeowners’ associations

  • Disputes as to neighbors damaging adjoining properties

  • Dispute as to public utility damaging real property

  • Premises liability

  • Suit seeing damages for personal injury due to alleged failure to provide adequate security

  • Suits against title insurers

  • Disputes as to whether monetary contributions to purchase of property were loans or investments

  • Disputes as to title to real property

  • Disputes among investors in real property

  • Disputes between condominium developer and buyers and investors

  • Dispute between owner of outdoor advertising signs and past and future renters

  • Construction disputes and defects

  • CEQA challenge to development

Real Property


Hon. Rita “Sunny” Miller

Mediator  •  Arbitrator  •  Referee

Judge, Los Angeles Superior Court, Retired