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Tenant Abandonment in California – $700 Amount Threshold

 

 Prior to January 2013, landlords could throw away abandoned property after proper notice and waiting the required number of days if the landlord believed the items to be worth less than $300. Beginning January 2013, the threshold has been increased … Continue reading

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Checklist for Tenant Abandonment of Property in California

 

 The Law Office of David Piotrowski provides a checklist for proving or disproving tenant abandonment in California.  Legal counsel should be consulted prior to exercising the tenant abandonment remedy.  California landlords may be able to use the tenant abandonment remedy if the … Continue reading

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Tenant Abandonment in California – Tenant’s Response

 

 If any of the following is true, then the property is NOT considered abandoned.  The landlord would need to go through the court to evict the tenant. 1. The rent was not due and unpaid for 14 or more consecutive … Continue reading

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Tenant Abandonment in Los Angeles Rental Units

 

 A Los Angeles tenant abandons the rental unit when he voluntarily gives up possession of the property and does not intend to perform the obligations of the lease.  Tenant abandonment differs from tenant surrender, because a tenant abandonment occurs without … Continue reading

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