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Unlawful Detainer Cases Get Priority in California Courts – CCP 1179a

CCP 1179a (aka California Code of Civil Procedure section 1179a) gives priority to eviction cases (formally known as a court case called an “Unlawful Detainer”) because of the importance of allowing property owners to regain possession of their property in a summary fashion. CCP 1179a reads: In all proceedings brought to recover the possession of

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California Bed Bug Addendum to Rental Agreement (AB 551, CC 1954.603)

AB 551 changed California law and imposed additional requirements on landlords to disclose more information on bed bugs when renting property to tenants. The new laws become effective on July 1, 2017 for new tenants, and will become effective on January 1, 2018 for existing tenants. While the new law requires more than just providing the

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