Monthly Archives: November 2012

Landlord’s Right of Entry in Los Angeles Rental Units

 

 A landlord has the right to enter a Los Angeles rental unit only under certain conditions and only after the proper procedures have been followed.  This article will briefly discuss the circumstances that allow a landlord to enter a rental … Continue reading

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Understanding the #Liability of Your #Mover for Your Shipment of Household Goods

 

 There are two types of liability coverage under Federal Law: Full Value Protection which covers the full replacement value per item of your shipment and is often obtained from your mover for a fee; and Waiver of Full Value Protection … Continue reading

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Checklist for Tenant Abandonment of Property in California

 

 The Law Office of David Piotrowski provides a checklist for proving or disproving tenant abandonment in California.  Legal counsel should be consulted prior to exercising the tenant abandonment remedy.  California landlords may be able to use the tenant abandonment remedy if the … Continue reading

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Have you discovered Loss and/or Damage to your Household Goods Shipment?

 

 If so, you should contact the mover immediately and notify them that you have lost and/or damaged goods and file a claim. Next, you should promptly: Make a list of the items that are missing; Make a list of the … Continue reading

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Terminating a Month to Month Tenancy in California

 

 In California, a month-to-month tenancy may be terminated by written notice of at least 30 days if the tenant has lived in the house for less than a year, or 60 days if the tenant has lived in the house … Continue reading

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