Monthly Archives: February 2013

Help! My Tenant Filed For Bankruptcy in California.

 

 In most scenarios, if your tenant files for bankruptcy before a judgment regarding possession of the property is entered, your eviction case is automatically delayed, and there’s very little that can be done about it. Basically, you as the landlord, … Continue reading

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Household Goods Tariff

 

 Need a household goods tariff?  Federal law requires all interstate household goods moving companies maintain and publish a tariff.  The Law Office of David Piotrowski can create your tariff for you.  Are you complying with federal law?  Portions of the … Continue reading

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California Lease Rental Agreement Required Disclosures

 

 The law requires landlords to make certain disclosures to tenants.  The timing of these disclosures (whether they need to be made prior to, during, or after the tenancy begins), varies depending on the disclosure.  Consult with an attorney.  The following … Continue reading

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How to Evict a Roommate in California

 

 Evicting roommates can be a touchy area, even more than a regular eviction, since the roommates share close quarters and are living under the same roof!  This post will briefly explain the process for evicting a roommate in California. Roommate … Continue reading

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What if your Tenant Files a Demurrer on an Eviction in California?

 

 If your tenant files a demurrer on an eviction case in California, you should immediately hire an attorney.  Legally, a demurrer is filed to obtain the courts ruling on the formal or legal sufficiency of the allegations in your complaint.  A … Continue reading

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