April 2014

San Francisco Landlord Rights Regarding Evictions

San Francisco landlords have rights against their tenants. However, the San Francisco landlord’s rights are limited due to the extremely high amount of San Francisco tenant rights. San Francisco landlords need to be cautious and make sure that they follow the landlord/tenant rules properly from the beginning. San Francisco landlords should also exercise diligence during […]

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Tenant’s Response to an Unlawful Detainer in Los Angeles and San Francisco

Sometimes, the landlord/tenant relationship goes sour and the landlord must act to remove the tenant from the property. The purpose of this blog post is to summarize how a tenant may respond to the landlord’s unlawful detainer complaint in Los Angeles or San Francisco. Unlawful detainer (evictions) in Los Angeles and San Francisco are summary

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Landlord’s Duty to Repair Property in California – CC 1942.1

California Civil Code section 1942.1 requires the landlord to maintain the building in a habitable condition. The landlord must also repair any uninhabitable condition, install dead bolts on doors, a telephone jack with wiring, window locks, and comply with various fire codes. The landlord is not the only person responsible for the condition of the

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