Monthly Archives: January 2017

CCP 1174.2 – Substantial Breach of the Warranty of Habitability in California

 

 California Code of Civil Procedure 1174.2 discusses the substantial breach of the warranty of habitability in California. Oftentimes, a tenant will raise “breach of the warranty of habitability” as a defense to an unlawful detainer action. If the tenant raises … Continue reading

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What Is the Next Step After Receiving an Unlawful Detainer Judgment for Possession of the Property in California?

 

 What is the next step for landlords/plaintiffs after receiving an unlawful detainer judgment for possession of the property in California? First off, congratulations on obtaining a judgment for possession of your rental property! This is a big step and you’re … Continue reading

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