Monthly Archives: April 2016

CCP 998 Offer to Compromise in an Unlawful Detainer Eviction Case in California

 

 California Code of Civil Procedure 998, also known as CCP 998, can be a powerful tool for settling cases. This article discusses CCP 998 in the unlawful detainer (eviction) context. Part of CCP 998 states: …any party may serve an … Continue reading

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CCP 1161(4) Termination of Tenancy Based on Nuisance in California

 

 California Code of Civil Procedure 1161(4) (also referred to as CCP 1161(4)) allows a landlord to evict a tenant if the tenant is causing a nuisance at the rental property. CCP 1161(4) states that a person is guilty of unlawful … Continue reading

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49 USC 13702 – Tariff Publishing for Household Goods Companies

 

 49 USC 13702 requires all interstate household goods moving companies to create and publish a tariff. …A carrier…may provide transportation or service that is for movement of household goods only if the rate for such transportation or service is contained … Continue reading

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RAC Regulation 310 – Adjustment of Rent for Additional Tenants Under LARSO

 

 Los Angeles Rent Control RAC Regulation 310 discusses the adjustment of rent for additional tenants in rental units. I have made my position regarding Los Angeles rent control clear in previous blog posts. I believe rent control should be repealed. … Continue reading

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Civil Code 789.3 – Utility Interruption to Terminate Tenancy in California

 

 California Civil Code 789.3 says that a landlord can┬áNOT interfere with the tenant’s utility services such as water, heat, light, electricity, gas, telephone, elevator, or refrigeration, with the intent of forcing the tenant to move out of the property. This … Continue reading

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