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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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Tenant Bankruptcy Will Automatically Delay an Eviction Case

 

 Tenant bankruptcies will automatically delay an eviction case. It is one of the worst things that can happen for an honest landlord trying to recover possession of his property and possibly some unpaid rent. Tenant bankruptcies have severe consequences to … Continue reading

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Help! My Tenant Filed For Bankruptcy in California.

 

 In most scenarios, if your tenant files for bankruptcy before a judgment regarding possession of the property is entered, your eviction case is automatically delayed, and there’s very little that can be done about it. Basically, you as the landlord, … Continue reading

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Exceptions to Automatic Stay in Tenant Evictions in California

 

 Normally, when a tenant files for bankruptcy, there is an automatic stay on eviction proceedings. ¬†However, there are exceptions to the automatic stay. ¬†The following outline provides exceptions to the automatic stay when a tenant files for bankruptcy in California, … Continue reading

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