Civil Code 1941.1

Civil Code 1942.4

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 after a government agency has notified the landlord of substandard conditions. The full text of […]

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California Civil Code 1941.1 – Implied Warranty of Habitability

There is a warranty of habitability implied in every California residential rental agreement. This warranty of habitability, outlined in Civil Code 1941.1, exists whether or not the rental agreement specifically mentions it. To be sure, in the court case of Green v. Superior Court in 1974, the California Supreme Court held that a “warranty of

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