Monthly Archives: June 2013

Evictions Based on Non-Permitted Units in California

 

 I’ve been seeing a lot of evictions based on non-permitted units in California. If the unit is non-permitted, it raises many issues that could otherwise be avoided in an unlawful detainer case. If the unit is illegal, such as a … Continue reading

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California Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment

 

 Under California Civil Code Section 1927, every rental agreement in California contains the landlord’s implied covenant of quiet enjoyment. The implied covenant of quiet enjoyment protects tenants from having the landlord disturb the tenant’s peaceful possession of the property. The … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance Notice Posting

 

 Los Angeles rental properties subject to the Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance (LARSO) must post the following notice in a visible place at the rental property. Failure to post the notice in a conspicuous place is a violation of law … Continue reading

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Choosing a Reputable Mover

 

 Here’s an important “to do” list to help you select a reputable mover to move you across state lines: Get a written estimate from several movers. The estimate should be based on an actual inspection of your household goods. Note: … Continue reading

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Red Flags of Household Goods Moving Fraud

 

 Learn about the red flags of household goods moving fraud before you move. Rogue movers typically work like this: Without ever visiting your home or seeing the goods you want moved, they give a low-ball estimate over the phone or … Continue reading

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