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Eviction Delays in Lancaster Court

 

 During the past few months, we have seen extensive delays in the Michael Antonovich  Antelope Valley (Lancaster) courthouse when it comes to processing unlawful detainer eviction cases. This has been especially true post-trial, after the landlord wins the case and obtains … 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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Enforcing the Unlawful Detainer Judgment Using a Writ of Possession

 

 When the landlord wins the unlawful detainer case and receives a judgment for possession of the property, it doesn’t mean the tenant will automatically “disappear” from the property, and it doesn’t even mean the tenant will leave willingly. After receiving … Continue reading

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Unlawful Detainer Default Judgment for Monetary Relief in California

 

 As mentioned in an earlier post, landlords may be able to obtain a default judgment for possession of the property directly from the clerk of the court. If the landlord also wants a monetary default judgment, this relief will only … Continue reading

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Default Judgment in a California Unlawful Detainer Eviction

 

 Default judgments can be obtained from the court when the tenant fails to appear or respond to an eviction case. Default judgments in evictions can be broken down into two categories. 1) Default judgments regarding possession of the property. 2) … Continue reading

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