Monthly Archives: July 2013

My Tenant Filed a Demurrer as a Delay Tactic – Help Me Speed Up My Case!

 

 I have discussed demurrer’s previously, but they have been prevalent lately in eviction cases, so I wanted to use this article to briefly talk about demurrers: what they are, and what you should do as a landlord to respond when … Continue reading

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Quiet Enjoyment of Rental Property in California

 

 California Civil Code Section 1927 says that every rental agreement contains the landlord’s implied duty to provide the tenant with quiet enjoyment. This is in every rental contract, even if the contract is silent and does not mention the term … Continue reading

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Eviction Unlawful Detainer Motion to Quash – What?!

 

 As a landlord, what do you do if your tenant files a motion to quash service after you file your eviction case in court? Well, first you must know what a motion to quash means. Generally, a motion to quash … Continue reading

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Abandoned Personal Property after Eviction in California – 2013 Update

 

 2013 brought about changes in the way abandoned personal property is handled after an eviction and lock-out in California. Prior to 2013, if a previous tenant left behind personal property after being evicted, the property owner was allowed to charge … Continue reading

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Permissible Rent Amounts under LARSO When Tenant Vacates

 

 The allowable rent amount on a property subject to the Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance (LASRO) after a tenant vacancy will depend on the reason for the vacancy. The rent can be raised to any amount if the vacancy was … Continue reading

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