Monthly Archives: May 2013

The Law Office of David Piotrowski is on Facebook – Valuable Household Goods Mover Information Available!

 

 This blog contains a lot of useful legal information, particularly relating to interstate household goods transportation. The Law Office of David Piotrowski also has an active page on Facebook. The Law Office of David Piotrowski can be found on Facebook … Continue reading

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Security Deposits for Residential Rental Agreement in California

 

 There are laws in California that govern security deposits for residential rental agreements in California. For residential security deposits, landlords may not demand that a tenant pay a security deposit that is more than twice the monthly rent if the … Continue reading

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Eviction 3 Day Notice – Landlord Must Not Demand More Than 1 Year of Unpaid Rent

 

 Landlords must not demand more than 1 year of rent on the 3 day notice to pay rent or quit. A 3 day notice to pay rent or quit is defective if it demands payment of rent that is more … Continue reading

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Demanding that the Tenant Pay Late Fees in 3 Day Notice

 

 Many rental agreements, both residential and commercial, will include clauses relating to late fees. Demanding late fees in a 3 day notice to pay rent or quit, however, could be fatal to your eviction case. Generally, demanding that the tenant … Continue reading

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Modification of Rental Property for Tenant with a Disability

 

 Landlords may be required to make modifications to their rental property to accommodate a tenant disability. A tenant with a disability is not entitled to a modification of the rental property unless the disabled tenant requests one. The disabled tenant … Continue reading

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