June 2015

Tenant’s Options if Excess Security Deposit Collected in California on a Residential Lease

In an earlier post, I discussed security deposits for residential rental agreements in California. This post will outline what a tenant may do if the landlord demands a security deposit that exceeds legal limits. If a landlord demands a security deposit that exceeds legal limits, the tenant can: Pay and Sue File a case in […]

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Rent Reduction Under Los Angeles Rent Control Due to Reduction in Housing Services – RAC Regulation 410.00

Under the Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance (rent control), landlords who reduce housing services to a tenant during a tenancy that were available at the time of the rental (for example, laundry facilities, a swimming pool, janitorial service, or a parking space) must also reduce the monthly rent charged to a tenant. The rent reduction under

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How to Respond to a Motion to Set Aside Judgment in an Unlawful Detainer Eviction in California

What happens when you, the landlord, receive a default judgment against a tenant in California, and then the tenant decides to file a request to set aside the default judgment? You are surprised, because you thought you already won the case. We can help. The court may set aside the default judgment against the tenant

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