UD-100 Ventura Unlawful Detainer Complaint for Landlord to Evict a Tenant

 

Form UD-100 is used in Ventura county when a landlord wants to evict a tenant. The proceeding is called an “unlawful detainer.” Landlords wanting to evict a tenant in Ventura county must file with the court form UD-100 along with other required documents. UD-100 is called the “Complaint – Unlawful Detainer.” On form UD-100, the Ventura landlord will outline his or her case including the names of the landlord, tenant, property address, and other relevant information. The UD-100 in Ventura is the form that will specify the terms of the rental agreement, whether the agreement is written or oral, and identify the reasons why the landlord wants to evict the Ventura county tenant.

UD-100 is a 3 page form. It is crucial that landlords in Ventura 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.

The Law Office of David Piotrowski represents landlords in Ventura county and is very familiar with UD-100. Landlords needing to evict a tenant are encouraged to contact the Law Office of David Piotrowski for assistance with completing form UD-100 and for representation on the eviction case.

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