Monthly Archives: January 2014

Preparing to File an Unlawful Detainer Eviction Case in California

 

 When a landlord decides it’s time to evict the tenant, the landlord should start preparing and thinking about the following: Why am I evicting the tenant? Are there any rent control laws where the house is located? Do I have … Continue reading

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Landlord Attorney in San Francisco

 

 San Francisco is a rent-controlled city. This makes it more difficult to evict a tenant in some cases. It also means San Francisco landlords have to be extra careful to make sure the San Francisco eviction process is done correctly … Continue reading

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Terminating the Landlord-Tenant Relationship in California

 

 In California, a landlord may terminate the landlord-tenant relationship in the following situations: At the expiration of a fixed-term lease before it converts to a month-to-month. At the conclusion of a properly-served 30 or 60 day notice terminating a month-to-month … Continue reading

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Eviction Sheriff Lockout Notice in California

 

 I am often asked by my landlord clients, “What happens after we win the court case and receive a judgment for possession of the property? Can I immediately kick out the tenant and change the locks?” The answer is, “No.” … Continue reading

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