20+ Year Experienced Court Appointed Receiver in California

Attorney Matthew L. Taylor has been appointed numerous times to act as a Receiver in California Superior Court actions. These actions have included business disputes, probate matters, family law (divorce) cases, judgment collection, real estate partition cases, marijuana dispensary receiverships, and rehabilitation of substandard housing under California’s Health and Safety Code. In this capacity, Matthew Taylor has operated businesses, sold real estate, rehabilitated houses, and sold deeds of trust. (Click "Case Types" for a partial list of engagements).

What is a Receiver?

A Receiver is a temporarily-appointed, disinterested 3rd party “fiduciary” who helps a business or person preserve assets and property while litigation is ongoing. A Receiver is the agent of the court and is appointed by the judge (usually at the request of one of the parties.)  The Receiver’s responsibility is to ensure that property is protected or the business operates without interference or influence from the lawsuit parties. The Receiver reports directly to the judge handling the case and enforces the judge’s orders in the case. Please read our "Introduction to the Receivership Remedy" as published in the San Bernardino County Bar Association Newsletter for more information.

Southern California Receivership Attorney

Matthew Taylor has acted as a Receiver and he has also represented Receivers throughout Southern California and in the Inland Empire on numerous occasions. Mr. Taylor handles the interaction between Receivers and their appointing courts, and the parties to the litigation, and creditors. If you’ve been appointed as a Receiver in San Bernardino or Riverside County, Mr. Taylor has represented receivers on over 100 actions since 1995 and can represent you as local counsel with in-depth knowledge of the law as it relates to Receiverships including:

  • Discharge Motions
  • Motions for Instructions
  • Court-Approved Sales of Real and Personal Property
  • Public Auctions
  • Motions for Appointment of Attorney
  • Interim Fee Approval Motions
  • Final Fee Approval Motions
  • Defending Receivers from Claims and Lawsuits

Attorney Matthew L. Taylor has been a receiver and/or represented receivers in Superior Court actions in Southern and Northern California, including Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County and San Diego County.

Call The Law Offices of Matthew L. Taylor, a Receivership attorney located in Rancho Cucamonga at (909) 989-7774 now to schedule your free, no obligation attorney consultation. We look forward to hearing from you today.

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Acting Receiver

  • City of Costa Mesa v. Mohammed (Orange County Superior Court case number 30-2015-00825037- CU-PT-CJC). Appointed Receiver of real property in a Health and Safety Code receivership action in California Superior Court. Project involved rehabilitation of multi-family property.
  • City of La Habra v. Ulrich (Orange County Superior Court case number 30-2016-00835056-CU-PT- CJC). Appointed Receiver of real property in a Health and Safety Code receivership action in California Superior Court. Project involved rehabilitation of single family house.
  • Graham v. Bertino (San Bernardino County Superior Court case number CIVDS 1501058). Appointed Receiver to operate an internet-based seller of clothing and household decorative accessories. Project involved management of an operating business.
  • Lower v. Dupas (San Bernardino County Superior Court case number CIVDS 1504897). Appointed Receiver over operations of industrial company with subsidiaries selling plastics, packaging, doors, and commercial hardware. Project involved an operating business.
  • In re Neiderheiser Family Trust (San Bernardino County Superior Court case number PROPS 1300530). Appointed Receiver to operate janitorial business in probate case. Project involved management of an operating business.
  • City of Colton v. Julia Carey (San Bernardino County Superior Court case number CIVDS 1404465). Appointed Receiver of real property in a Health and Safety Code receivership action in California Superior Court. Project involved rehabilitation of a single-family house.
  • City of Ontario v. Paul Boulos (San Bernardino County Superior Court case number CIVRS 1109516). Appointed Receiver of real property in a Health and Safety Code receivership action in California Superior Court. Project involved rehabilitation of a single-family house.
  • City of Ontario v. William Wootton (San Bernardino County Superior Court case number CIVRS 1205768). Appointed Receiver of real property in a Health and Safety Code receivership action in California Superior Court. Project involved rehabilitation of a single-family house in a historical district. The completed rehabilitation project was awarded a 2014 Model Colony award by the city’s Historical Planning Commission.
  • Richard Fracasse v. Frank J. Redmond and Lloyd’s of Running Springs (San Bernardino County Superior Court case number CIVDS 908983). Appointed Receiver in post-judgment collection case involving sale of real property.
  • City of Ontario v. Santiago Nieves (San Bernardino County Superior Court case CIVRS 1303789). Appointed Receiver of real property in a Health and Safety Code receivership action in California Superior Court. Project involved rehabilitation of a single-family house.
  • City of Ontario v. Rafael Landgrave (San Bernardino County Superior Court case CIVRS 1302675). Appointed Receiver of real property in a Health and Safety Code receivership action in California Superior Court. Project involved rehabilitation of a single-family house. The completed rehabilitation project was awarded a 2016 Model Colony award by the city’s Historical Planning Commission.
  • County of San Bernardino v. Sanchez (San Bernardino County Superior Court case CIVVS 1203505). Appointed Receiver of real property in a post-judgment action to enforce county Health and Safety code violations. Project involved rehabilitation of a single-family house and removal of debris from property.
  • Spitz v. Pineda (San Bernardino County Superior Court case CIVDS 1418828). Appointed Receiver of real property in a post-judgment action to enforce order for possession.

Counsel for Receiver

  • OJ Simpson Receivership Estate. California Superior Court receivership involving the collection and sale of personal property in aid of a civil judgment.
  • Brickyard Landing Phase V Associates. California Superior Court receivership involving completion of a 69-unit condominium project and sale of units.
  • Cerrito Development. California Superior Court receivership involving completion of construction of single-family homes in a multi-phase development.
  • Playa Village. California Superior Court receivership involving the construction and sale of a 26-unit residential development.
  • Tomac International. California Superior Court receivership of an importer and manufacturer of clothing and hats. Represented receiver and also had operational duties of supervising sale and protection of assets.
  • PC Craft. California Superior Court receivership of a publicly-traded company involved in the import and sale of computer equipment. Represented receiver and also had operational duties of supervising day-to-day operations of the company.
  • BJMT Nimble Techonology. California Superior Court receivership of a importer of computer equipment. This receivership involved operation of the company and liquidation of its assets under supervision of the Superior Court.
  • Puroflow Corporation. California Superior Court receivership of a publicly-traded company that manufactured automotive and aerospace filters. This receivership involved operation of the company.
  • SV International. California Superior Court receivership of an importer of computer equipment. This receivership involved operation of the company and sale of its assets under supervision of the Superior Court.
  • M&T Construction. California Superior Court receivership of a contracting company specializing in commercial restrooms. This receivership involved operation of the company and sale of its assets under supervision of the Superior Court.
  • Hopes Industries. California Superior Court receivership of an importer of artificial flowers and plants. This receivership involved operation of the company and sale of its assets under supervision of the Superior Court.
  • Mercer Street Capital. California Superior Court receivership of an asset-based lender specializing in accounts receivable factoring. This receivership involved operation of the company and sale of its assets under supervision of the Superior Court.
  • Optiplast. California Superior Court receivership of a manufacturer of plastic bags. This receivership involved operation of the company and sale of its assets under supervision of the Superior Court.
  • Magepower. California Superior Court receivership of a manufacturer of electronic components. This receivership involved operation of the company and sale of its assets under supervision of the Superior Court.
  • 10/74 Partners. California Superior Court receivership of a large shopping center. This receivership involved collection of rents and management of the shopping center.

Partition Referee

  • Kleier v. Williams. (San Bernardino County Superior Court case CIVDS 1412451. Appointed referee to sell real property in a partition action.

Attorney Matthew L. Taylor has been a receiver and/or represented receivers in Superior Court actions in Southern and Northern California, including Los Angeles County, Orange County, Riverside County, San Bernardino County, San Diego County, San Mateo County, and San Francisco County.

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