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My Tenant Filed a Motion to Quash in an Unlawful Detainer Eviction in LA or SF. Help!

 

 If the summons or service is defective, the tenant or the tenant’s attorney may file a motion to quash service of the summons based on the court’s lack of jurisdiction over the tenant. A tenant should only bring a motion … Continue reading

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Eviction Unlawful Detainer Motion to Quash – What?!

 

 As a landlord, what do you do if your tenant files a motion to quash service after you file your eviction case in court? Well, first you must know what a motion to quash means. Generally, a motion to quash … Continue reading

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Tenant Filed Motion to Quash in California Eviction

 

 Tenant’s may file a motion to quash in a California eviction case to challenge the summons, service of the summons, or the complaint. If you receive a motion to quash in your unlawful detainer eviction case, you should contact a … Continue reading

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