March 2014

My Tenant Filed a Motion to Quash in an Unlawful Detainer Eviction in LA or SF. Help!

If the summons or service is defective, the tenant or the tenant’s attorney may file a motion to quash service of the summons based on the court’s lack of jurisdiction over the tenant. A tenant should only bring a motion to quash the unlawful detainer summons if there are legitimate, valid reasons to do so. […]

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Unlawful Detainer Eviction – Setting Aside Default Judgment in Los Angeles or San Francisco

What happens when you, the landlord, receive a default and judgment against a tenant, and then the tenant decides to file a request to set aside the default and judgment? On the positive side, by the time the landlord already has a judgment, chances are good that the tenant is already out of the property

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