UD-100 Unlawful Detainer Complaint in Los Angeles, California

Form UD-100 is the initial complaint form filed by Los Angeles landlords in order to begin an unlawful detainer eviction case in Los Angeles county. In order to begin your eviction case in Los Angeles, landlords will file UD-100 at one of several Los Angeles “hub” courts, along with other initial pleading documents. The exact court address will depend on the location of the property.

UD-100 in Los Angeles, California is a 3 page form. It is crucial that landlords in Los Angeles county fill out UD-100 properly. An incorrect UD-100 may cause the landlord to lose his or her eviction case and have to start the process over again. This would not only cause a substantial delay in removing the tenant, but would also result in additional fees.

On the Los Angeles UD-100 form, the landlord will specify the terms of the rental agreement and will specify the reason for the eviction. It explains to the court why the landlord wants to evict the tenant. Again, it is imperative that the form be filled out correctly.

Here’s a sample of what form UD-100 looks like:

UD-100 Unlawful Detainer California

Contact a Los Angeles eviction lawyer today.  Start the process of removing your bad Los Angeles tenant. We represent landlords in Los Angeles. We can be reached at (877) 875-6958.

Read Attorney Piotrowski’s landlord book: “California Landlord Best Practices and Eviction Overview: An Easy-to-Read Guide Outlining Best Practices for California Landlords Plus a Summary of the Eviction Process.

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This article is courtesy of the Law Office of David Piotrowski, a California law firm representing landlords with eviction matters.

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