Monthly Archives: January 2018

Civil Code 1942.4 (CC 1942.4) Liability of Landlord in Certain Circumstances

 

 Civil Code 1942.4 (also referred to simply as CC 1942.4) is a law in California’s Civil Code that discusses a landlord’s liability in demanding rent in certain circumstances, such as when the landlord is breaching the warranty of habitability or … Continue reading

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Civil Code 827 – Rent Increase in California Tenancy

 

 Civil Code 827 (“CC 827”)is the underlying California law used by landlords who wish to raise the rent on their month-to-month tenant. The full text of Civil Code 827 reads: 827.   (a) Except as provided in subdivision (b), in all leases … Continue reading

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