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Neelam J. Molnar is an attorney in the firm’s Business Litigation department.  She practices in state, federal and bankruptcy courts throughout California.  Ms. Molnar has successfully represented a wide range of clients including land developers, restaurant owners, hotel owners, motion graphics companies, nightclub owners and various entrepreneurs in business litigation disputes.

Although her practice involves various fields of the law, Ms. Molnar has focused much of her practice on real estate.  Ms. Molnar’s real estate litigation experience involves a wide variety of issues including: Breach of lease; lis pendens; CC&R’s and HOA disputes; material non-disclosures; broker malpractice; construction defects; Recreational Vehicle Occupancy Law, Mobilehome Residency Law (including rights of heirs who inherit mobilehomes), unlawful and forcible detainer actions and landlord-tenant litigation (including lease disputes and eviction proceedings). 

Ms. Molnar’s real estate transactional experience includes representation of both buyers and sellers in the drafting of long term leases and review and negotiation of commercial real estate leases agreements.

Court Admissions

  • State of California
  • US District Court (Central and Northern Districts of California)
  • US Bankruptcy Court (Central and Northern Districts of California)

Professional Memberships and Activities

  • State Bar of California
  • Orange County Association of Realtors
  • National Association of Realtors

Other Professional Experience

  • Real Estate Broker’s License

Publications

  • The Spotlight, Vol. 47 Issue 1 (2021) What RV Park Operators Should Know About the New COVID Moratorium Law

Representative Matters

Prevailed at trial representing a project manager of a multi-million dollar land development project consisting of 750 acres in Riverside County against the developer of who failed to pay the project manager for his services

Obtained a multi-million dollar judgment against a business owner who filed for bankruptcy to avoid judgment in an underlying lawsuit by proving a continuation of the business.

Successfully represented commercial, residential, mobilehome park and RV park owners in unlawful detainer matters.