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Civil Code 1927, Tenant Right to Quiet Enjoyment in California

 

 California Civil Code 1927 states: An agreement to let upon hire binds the letter to secure to the hirer the quiet possession of the thing hired during the term of the hiring, against all persons lawfully claiming the same. In … Continue reading

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Remedies for Breach of Quiet Enjoyment in California

 

 Last week, I discussed the right to quiet enjoyment, and explained that every rental agreement contains an implied covenant of quiet enjoyment. This week, I will discuss remedies available in the event that the right to quiet enjoyment is breached. … Continue reading

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Quiet Enjoyment of Rental Property in California

 

 California Civil Code Section 1927 says that every rental agreement contains the landlord’s implied duty to provide the tenant with quiet enjoyment. This is in every rental contract, even if the contract is silent and does not mention the term … Continue reading

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California Implied Covenant of Quiet Enjoyment

 

 Under California Civil Code Section 1927, every rental agreement in California contains the landlord’s implied covenant of quiet enjoyment. The implied covenant of quiet enjoyment protects tenants from having the landlord disturb the tenant’s peaceful possession of the property. The … Continue reading

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