September 2015

Reasonable Accommodations for Rental Units for People with a Disability in California

Landlords cannot discriminate against a tenant because of a tenant’s disability. In many cases, landlords are required to make a reasonable accommodation to take into consideration the disability and in order to provide the disabled person with “equal opportunity to use and enjoy a dwelling.” The “reasonable accommodation” rule for tenants with disabilities in California

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Cross-Complaints in California Unlawful Detainer Eviction Case

Cross-complaints are not allowed in California unlawful detainer (eviction) cases. A tenant’s defenses to an unlawful detainer case are limited. This is because unlawful detainer eviction cases are summary proceedings in California and are meant to progress much faster than other types of court cases. If a tenant has affirmative claims against their landlord that

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