Monthly Archives: November 2016

Did your Tenant Demand a Jury Trial in a California Unlawful Detainer Eviction Case?

 

 Did your Tenant Demand a Jury Trial in a California Unlawful Detainer Eviction Case? Unfortunately, if your tenant meets certain requirements, they will have the right to a jury trial, even if your rental agreement says otherwise! Section 16 of … Continue reading

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California Unlawful Detainer Default Judgment for Money – CCP 585(b)

 

 After obtaining a default judgment for possession of the property in an unlawful detainer case in California, landlords may wish to attempt to obtain a default judgment for money as well, which may include, for example, the unpaid rent. I … Continue reading

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