Monthly Archives: October 2016

Tenant Filed a Frivolous Demurrer to Delay an Eviction – Help!

 

 Tenants in California will sometimes file a frivolous demurrer to delay an eviction. Unfortunately, there is no way to have the demurrer stricken simply because it is frivolous. The demurrer will still need to be opposed in court. This will … Continue reading

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CCP 1179a – Unlawful Detainer Actions Receive Precedence Over Other Actions

 

 California Code of Civil Procedure 1179a, also known as CCP 1179a, gives precedence to unlawful detainer eviction cases over other civil actions. The exact wording of CCP 1179a states: In all proceedings brought to recover the possession of real property … Continue reading

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