Monthly Archives: January 2013

California Eviction Overview and Landlord Best Practices

 

     The first batch of “California Landlord Best Practices and Eviction Overview” arrived. “California Landlord Best Practices and Eviction Overview” seeks to provide an easy-to-understand and concise guide for California landlords by providing valuable suggestions for managing the landlord/tenant … Continue reading

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Providing California Tenants with Inside Telephone Wiring

 

 It may come as a surprise to some California landlords, especially when more and more residential occupants are giving up traditional phones and instead relying solely on cell phones, but the landlord is responsible for installing at least one usable … Continue reading

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Household Goods Broker License Application Overview

 

     Household goods brokers must go through an application process, similar to what interstate household goods carriers must do.  Household goods brokers must submit an application for broker authority and be approved before they can begin brokering jobs.  The … Continue reading

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Required Disclosures to Tenants When a Residential Unit is to be Demolished; Consequences for Non-Compliance

 

 The owner of a residential dwelling unit or the owner’s agent who applies to any public agency for a permit to demolish that residential dwelling unit shall give written notice of that fact to: A prospective tenant prior to the … Continue reading

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Landlord Prohibitions on Political Signs and Displays by Tenant

 

  There are laws relating to political advertising and displaying political signs by tenants when they rent from a landlord.  A landlord shall not prohibit a tenant from posting or displaying political signs relating to any of the following: An … Continue reading

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