March 2013

How to Claim Costs on an Unlawful Detainer Judgment in California

After “winning” an unlawful detainer eviction judgment in California and recovering possession of the property, some landlords may want to try and recover “costs.” After getting the money judgment (discussed in an earlier post here), landlords will need to take further steps to try and get costs from the tenant. The landlord must file and

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Unlawful Detainer Judgment in California – What Can a Plaintiff / Landlord Recover?

I’m often asked what can a landlord expect to get from the tenant after obtaining a judgment against the tenant in an unlawful detainer eviction case. The items recoverable in an unlawful detainer case in California are limited. Generally, an unlawful detainer court judgment in California may include the following: Possession of the property. An

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