Monthly Archives: April 2013

3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit – California Template

 

 The Law Office of David Piotrowski provides landlords with a California template for a 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit. The 3 day notice to pay rent or quit template can be filled out by landlords and served … Continue reading

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Tenant Unlawful Detainer Demurrer in Los Angeles, California

 

 Tenant’s may file a demurrer in a California eviction case to get the court’s ruling on the formal or legal sufficiency of allegations in the landlord’s complaint. The tenant’s demurrer in the Unlawful Detainer eviction case might challenge, among other … Continue reading

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Requesting and Recovering Attorney Fees in an Eviction Unlawful Detainer

 

 Clients often ask me if they will be able to recover attorney fees from a tenant who lost the eviction case. My answer is almost always the same: we can request costs and attorney fees in an eviction unlawful detainer … Continue reading

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Household Goods Bill of Lading

 

 Interstate household goods moving companies must complete certain documents on every job that is performed. One such document is the Bill of Lading. The household goods Bill of Lading must be properly completed and must contain certain elements as required … Continue reading

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Tenant Filed Motion to Quash in California Eviction

 

 Tenant’s may file a motion to quash in a California eviction case to challenge the summons, service of the summons, or the complaint. If you receive a motion to quash in your unlawful detainer eviction case, you should contact a … Continue reading

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