Valencia Unlawful Detainer Eviction

 

We are a Valencia unlawful detainer eviction law firm representing landlords. Are you a landlord in Valencia, Santa Clarita, Stevenson Ranch, Newhall, Canyon Country, Saugus, or Castaic in need of an eviction attorney to evict your tenant?  We handle the following types of Valencia unlawful detainer eviction cases:

  • Non-payment of rent
  • Violation of rental agreement (no pets policy, no smoking, no extra roommates)
  • Causing a nuisance
  • Staying past the expiration of the lease
  • Staying after the tenant said they would move

If you need help with a tenant eviction in Valencia, Santa Clarita, Newhall, Canyon Country, Saugus, or Castaic, contact an eviction attorney today.  We are here to help!

Let us help you with a Valencia unlawful detainer eviction case today.

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California Eviction Flowchart and Infographic

 

This infographic provides a flowchart of the California eviction process for typical non-payment of rent cases. It is helpful for visualizing the non-payment of rent case for both the landlord and the tenant. The eviction infographic shows the basic process for evicting a tenant beginning with the 3 day notice to pay rent or quit and ending with possession of the property.

It must be noted that this is a basic overview and all the steps required in an eviction case are not outlined in this infographic. Clearly, there are additional steps and an unknowing landlord (or lawyer) who makes a mistake could end up losing the entire case and having to start over again.

California Eviction Flowchart

Read Attorney Piotrowski’s landlord book: “California Landlord Best Practices and Eviction Overview: An Easy-to-Read Guide Outlining Best Practices for California Landlords Plus a Summary of the Eviction Process.

Contact the Law Office of David Piotrowski today.  Start the process of removing your bad tenant.

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Simi Valley Eviction Attorney: Evict Your Simi Valley Tenant

 

We help landlords evict tenants in Simi Valley. Does your Simi Valley tenant owe you money or is your tenant violating a term of the rental agreement? Do you want to terminate a month-to-month agreement and remove your Simi Valley tenant from the property? We can assist you with your eviction case. To begin the eviction of your Simi Valley tenant, we will need to serve a valid and proper termination notice on your tenant. The type of notice and the length of time we need to give the tenant to move out will vary based on the reason for the eviction. The most common types of notices would be the 3 day notice, 30 day notice, and 60 day notice.

At the expiration of the notice period, if your tenant hasn’t moved, the next step would be to file the eviction case in court. Recently, Simi Valley eviction cases are filed at the Ventura courthouse located on Victoria. We handle everything for you from start-to-finish.

Read Attorney Piotrowski’s landlord book: “California Landlord Best Practices and Eviction Overview: An Easy-to-Read Guide Outlining Best Practices for California Landlords Plus a Summary of the Eviction Process.

Contact the Law Office of David Piotrowski today.  Start the process of removing your bad tenant.

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CM 010, LA CIV 109, SUM 130, UD 100 – Los Angeles Unlawful Detainer

 

CM 010, LA CIV 109, SUM 130, UD 100… do these forms sound familiar? Each of these forms must be filed by the landlord to initiate an unlawful detainer eviction case in Los Angeles.

A brief overview of each form:

CM 010 – This is the civil case cover sheet and must be filed with the other initiating papers at the time the case is filed with the Los Angeles court. It classifies the type of civil case.

LA CIV 109 – This is the civil case cover sheet addendum and is only used in Los Angeles County. It provides more statistical data about the case and is used to ensure that the case is filed at the correct courthouse within Los Angeles county.

SUM 130 – This is the court summons notifying the tenant that he is being sued and telling him what he needs to do to defend his case.

UD 100 – This is the unlawful detainer eviction complaint. The complaint outlines the terms of the rental agreement and provides the reason(s) why the landlord wants to evict the tenant.

The Law Office of David Piotrowski represents landlords throughout southern California and can assist with a Los Angeles tenant eviction.

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UD-100 Santa Barbara Eviction Unlawful Detainer Complaint Form

 

Form UD-100 is the initial complaint form filed by Santa Barbara landlords in order to begin an unlawful detainer eviction case in Santa Barbara county. In order to begin your eviction case in Santa Barbara, landlords will file UD-100 at the Santa Barbara court, along with other initial pleading documents.

UD-100 in Santa Barbara is a 3 page form. It is crucial that landlords in Santa Barbara county fill out UD-100 properly. An incorrect UD-100 may cause the landlord to lose his or her eviction case and have to start the process over again. This would not only cause a substantial delay in removing the tenant, but would also result in additional fees.

On the Santa Barbara UD-100 form, the landlord will specify the terms of the rental agreement and will specify the reason for the eviction. It explains to the court why the landlord wants to evict the tenant. Again, it is imperative that the form be filled out correctly.

Here’s a sample of what form UD-100 looks like:

UD-100 Unlawful Detainer California

Contact a Santa Barbara eviction lawyer today.  Start the process of removing your bad Santa Barbara tenant. We represent landlords in Santa Barbara. We can be reached at (877) 875-6958.

Read Attorney Piotrowski’s landlord book: “California Landlord Best Practices and Eviction Overview: An Easy-to-Read Guide Outlining Best Practices for California Landlords Plus a Summary of the Eviction Process.

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