If the tenant doesn’t voluntarily move out after the landlord has properly given the required notice to the tenant, the landlord can evict the tenant. In order to evict the tenant, the landlord must file an unlawful detainer lawsuit in superior court. An unlawful detainer lawsuit is a “summary” court procedure. This means that the court […]
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Sometimes, the landlord/tenant relationship goes sour and the landlord must act to remove the tenant from the property. The purpose of this blog post is to summarize how a tenant may respond to the landlord’s unlawful detainer complaint in Los Angeles or San Francisco. Unlawful detainer (evictions) in Los Angeles and San Francisco are summary
What happens when you, the landlord, receive a default and judgment against a tenant, and then the tenant decides to file a request to set aside the default and judgment? On the positive side, by the time the landlord already has a judgment, chances are good that the tenant is already out of the property
Ready to file your California eviction case? As a landlord, in order to win your case, you must meet the following requirements: You must have the legal capacity to sue. You must be able to show that you are the right person to sue the tenant. You must be able to show a landlord/tenant relationship