Mind Your Own Business
March, 2020 - Issue #186
Valencia Country Club
Valencia Country Club

Valencia Country Club Gives Back to Non-profits in July & August
Looking for a new way to fundraise? Valencia Country Club recently announced that the premier club will donate back 10 percent of your event's proceeds when you host your charity tournament on the property in July or August 2020. For new tournament bookings only, and requiring a 72-player minimum, this opportunity lets you and your guests play where the pros play. Treat your supporters to refined amenities like a professional tournament coordinator, bag drop service, scoring, practice facilities, contests, course set up, gourmet food and beverage and more.

Named by Golf Digest among the top-25 golf courses in Southern California, Valencia Country Club's breathtaking par-72, 7,076-yard championship golf course was designed by the legendary Robert Trent Jones, Sr. to blend seamlessly with its pristine natural surroundings amidst the verdant terrain of the Santa Clarita Valley.

VCC has helped dozens of nonprofit charities raise money for their cause by opening up the course on Mondays to non-members events. Because of the exclusivity of the club, the tournaments always get a huge response raising thousands of dollars in the process.
Valencia Country Club 799-1263

What to Do if You're Suffering Because of Inadequate or Negligent Security
Negligent security, sometimes referred to as "inadequate security," is an issue of premises liability. Some examples of premises owners that are responsible for the well-being of visitors on their property include landlords, recreational facility owners, operators of nursing homes and building managers.
For example, if an apartment renter was injured by a defect in their apartment, not only may the landlord be held liable, but in some cases the individuals responsible for the maintenance and care of those units may also be held responsible.

Since negligent security is an issue of premises liability, it is important to understand the framework for a successful premises liability claim. In order to file this type of case, you must be taking action against the correct individual or business. If the entity you are attempting to take action against does not actually own or operate the property, then the claim is not valid.
Secondly, the person injured on the property must have actually been allowed to be on the premises at the time the incident occurred. So if someone was trespassing on a property and then was injured, they would likely not be able to file a legitimate claim against the owner of the premises. In some cases, these claims may still be valid if there was not adequate posting that the property was to be trespassed on.

The third and arguably the most important aspect to any negligent security claim is proving negligence. Just because a person was injured while on someone else's property does not mean that they are automatically able to take action against the premises owner.

Say the owner of a building was notified of a severe crack in the pavement leading up to their building. If they took the necessary actions to begin the repair in a timely manner, then ensuing injuries involving the cracked pavement may not be valid, since the business owner was doing everything possible to remediate the damage.

If a premises owner had a duty to provide security for their premises and that security failed to prevent danger that ultimately led to the injury of a premises invitee, then you may have a negligent security case on your hands.
The Law Offices of Gerald L. Marcus 296-2992

Spousal Property Petitions
When a deceased individual leaves a surviving spouse or domestic partner, there are possible processes available to transfer the deceased's property to the spouse using a Spousal Property Petition. The Spousal Property Petition is much quicker and more affordable than a formal probate.

The Spousal Property Petition works best when the spouse is the only heir of the deceased's estate. The deceased might have left no descendants or living parents - or the deceased might have left a will naming the spouse as the sole heir, or the entire estate was held as community property or joint tenancy.
Even when the deceased left more heirs than just the spouse, a Spousal Property Petition might still prove to be a great tool to remove assets from the estate so other probate alternatives might become available for the other heirs.

A Spousal Property Petition requires the surviving spouse to file a petition with the court. At the hearing, the court considers the evidence and allegations as to whether to issue an order transferring all or part of the deceased's estate to the spouse. Anyone is permitted to come forward to object to the issuance of the order. If the judge issues the order, the spouse needs to use the signed order to collect any property that is the subject of the petition. For real estate, the order is recorded with the county recorder wherever the property is located.
Attorney Michael Yeager 471-2177
Valencia Acura
Valencia Acura

Acura Handcrafted 2020 TLX PMC Edition Arrives in Valencia
Harnessing the unique capabilities of its bespoke Performance Manufacturing Center (PMC) in Marysville, Ohio, Acura now introduces handcrafted, individually-numbered, limited-edition vehicles, starting with the 2020 TLX PMC Edition. Only 360 units were produced and built by the same master technicians that hand assemble the Acura NSX supercar. The 2020 TLX PMC Edition is distinguished by its deeply-lustrous, grade-exclusive Valencia Red Pearl paint with nano-pigment technology. In addition, the TLX PMC Edition incorporates the bold exterior and interior design elements of Acura's sporty character A-Spec line - a unique build in Acura's US line-up - plus multiple PMC Edition-exclusive design elements inside and out, including black Milano leather seats. Experience it for yourself at Valencia Acura. 255-3000
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