Monthly Archives: July 2012

Recommendations and Requirements for Interstate Household Goods Moving Companies (From a Legal Perspective)

 

 I often get asked by my moving company clients what they must do in order to comply with federal interstate household goods regulations, and beyond that, they ask me what they should do in order to protect themselves against liability. … Continue reading

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Landlord’s Right to Terminate Based on Nuisance in California

 

 A tenant who permits a nuisance, including, but not limited to, unlawful weapons, ammunition activity, illegal dogfighting, and cockfighting, can be evicted by serving a 3 day notice to terminate.  Since this type of breach cannot be cured, the landlord … Continue reading

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Revised Written Estimate for Household Goods Movers

 

 The revised written estimate for household goods movers is an optional document, but a very important one. Moving companies that transport household goods across state lines are required by federal regulations to issue certain documents on every move that they do.  The … Continue reading

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Sample Household Goods Bill of Lading Template

 

 Interstate household goods moving companies are required by law to complete a Bill of Lading for every job that they perform. The Bill of Lading must contain certain required elements.  Failure to use a proper Bill of Lading and to … Continue reading

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California 30 / 60 Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy Sample

 

 The 30 / 60 Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy should be used by a California landlord who does not wish to renew a month-to-month tenancy with their tenant.  

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