Monthly Archives: July 2014

Common Three Day Notice Mistakes in Eviction Cases

 

 Landlords who make mistakes with the 3 day notice may render the notice ineffective and cause the landlord to lose the entire unlawful detainer eviction case. Correct 3 day notices are crucial for the landlord’s eviction case. Many landlords try … Continue reading

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California Evictions Based on Nuisance under CCP 1161(4)

 

 A landlord may evict a tenant if the tenant is committing a nuisance. The landlord may base the eviction off a 3 day notice to quit, without any opportunity to cure. Nuisance is defined in Civil Code 3479 as: Anything … Continue reading

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Warranty of Habitability and Retaliation Defenses in an Unlawful Detainer Case

 

   A further blow to California landlords: Tenants may litigate warranty of habitability and retaliation defenses in an Unlawful Detainer case, even if they did not check these boxes on their Answer. So long as a tenant identifies a breach … Continue reading

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May 2014 General Order for Unlawful Detainer Cases in Los Angeles County

 

 The LA Superior Court issued a general order in May 2014 pertaining to unlawful detainer eviction cases. A copy of the order is below. Need help with an eviction in Los Angeles or San Francisco? ¬†Contact the¬†Law Office of David … Continue reading

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