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Tenant Bankruptcy in California – Delay and Automatic Stay

 

 When a tenant files for bankruptcy in California, the bankruptcy laws forbid a landlord from enforcing the lease, meaning the landlord cannot serve a 3 day notice or proceed with an unlawful detainer eviction case. Once a tenant files for … Continue reading

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Tenant Bankruptcy Will Delay an Eviction Unlawful Detainer Case in Los Angeles

 

  Your tenant stops paying the rent. In response, you file an Unlawful Detainer case against the tenant. The tenant files an Answer. Right before trial, the tenant files for bankruptcy. Does this chain of events sound familiar? It is … Continue reading

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