Monthly Archives: October 2012

Los Angeles, California Unlawful Detainer Eviction Process Overview

 

 What is an Unlawful Detainer Action? Evict someone from their home:  An Unlawful Detainer action is a special court proceeding. It’s a legal way to evict someone from the place where they live. This usually happens when a tenant stays … Continue reading

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Need a Tariff?

 

 Interstate household goods moving companies need a tariff.  Tariffs are a requirement of federal law.  The tariff is not published with the government, but must be available for inspection upon request.  The household goods tariff will list the rates that … Continue reading

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Calculating the 3 Day Notice Period in Los Angeles, California

 

 Before a Los Angeles landlord can begin the eviction process based on a 3 day termination notice, the 3 days must have elapsed.  Therefore, it is crucial that the Los Angeles landlord properly calculate the days. After the 3 day … Continue reading

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Southern California 3 Day Notice Reasons

 

 Before filing an eviction in California, the landlord must first serve a termination notice on the tenant.  One of the most popular termination notices is the 3 day notice.  The proper reasons for serving a 3 day notice in California … Continue reading

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Tenant Abandonment in California – Tenant’s Response

 

 If any of the following is true, then the property is NOT considered abandoned.  The landlord would need to go through the court to evict the tenant. 1. The rent was not due and unpaid for 14 or more consecutive … Continue reading

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