In Tucker v. Lassen Savings & Loan Association, the California Supreme Court ruled that a lender may not automatically enforce a due-on-sale clause when a trustor-obligor enters into an installment sale contract with a third party. The author discusses the Tucker decision and its impact on the future use of the due-on-sale clause in California, arguing that the Tucker test has broad applicability.
Beyond Tucker v. Lassen: The Future of the Due-on-Sale Clause in California,
27 Hastings L.J. 475
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