San Fernando Valley Evictions
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Prepare Termination Notice (if needed)
We will draft, prepare, and serve the termination notice on the tenant.
Non-Disputed Eviction Case
Flat fee includes researching, preparing, drafting the summons and complaint, filing, and requesting a default judgment. Court costs extra.
This law office assists landlords only in eviction cases. We will guide you through the eviction processs and assist you in removing your tenant. We represent landlords in both residential evictions and commercial evictions throughout the San Fernando Valley including, but not limited to, Granada Hills, Sun Valley, Pacoima, Chatsworth, Northridge, West Hills, North Hills, Van Nuys, Burbank, Sherman Oaks, Encino, and North Hollywood.
We have seen several cases in the San Fernando Valley that deal with evicting a tenant from an illegal garage conversion. If you rented out a unit that is not permitted, the law can become exceedingly more complex and you should hire an eviction attorney. This is even more true if the rental unit falls under Los Angeles rent control. Contact us today. We can help.
Eviction cases in the San Fernando Valley generally begin when a tenant owes a landlord money due to unpaid rent, the violation of a term of the rental agreement, or simply when the landlord no longer wishes to rent the unit. The tenant is served with a termination of tenancy notice. If the tenant fails to move out by the expiration date specified in the termination notice, then a lawsuit is filed against the tenant.
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The eviction process in the San Fernando Valley usually takes 1.5 to 3 months to complete. Therefore, we suggest contacting us as soon as soon as you're ready to begin the eviction process so that we can begin the process of getting your property back in your possession.
The law forbids landlords from using "self-help", i.e., locking out a tenant or removing them by force. You may only remove a tenant by lawful means as described above.
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