Mr. Moharram’s practice includes general real estate law (including both transactional and litigation work) as well as common interest developments (i.e. planned developments and condominium projects) and subdivision law.
Mr. Moharram’s real estate transactional practice focuses on complex deals involving high value residential properties as well as commercial properties. He handles all areas of real estate acquisition, disposition, financing, and operation, including the formation of title holding entities and the drafting of related operating agreements. He also negotiates and drafts easement and driveway maintenance agreements. Mr. Moharram also regularly assists his clients with all aspects of landlord/tenant work including lease drafting, negotiating and termination.
Mr. Moharram handles common interest development (condos/PUDs) work, subdivision work and related general land use matters. He has prepared and updated management documents for numerous homeowners’ associations. Among his clients are developers, homeowner associations, and owners of real property, and he works closely with title insurance companies, engineers/land surveyors, accountants, and permit processors in the development of real property.
In the real estate litigation realm, Mr. Moharram handles a broad range of matters involving commercial and residential leases, construction contracts, contractor disputes, easement disputes, boundary disputes, foreclosures, evictions, landlord/tenant matters, purchase and sale agreements, title insurance, HOA/owner disputes, view disputes and quiet title actions.
- University of California at Santa Barbara (B.A., 1993)
- University of California, Los Angeles, School of Law (J.D., 1997)
- The State Bar of California
- Santa Barbara County Bar Association
- United States District Court, Central District of California
- Barristers’ Club of Santa Barbara, President (2001-2002)
- Santa Barbara Symphony, Board of Directors (2005-2009)