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Category Archives: California Landlord Tenant Law

Los Angeles Eviction Lawyer

Los Angeles Eviction Lawyer When a landlord is having problems with a tenant not paying rent, or violating terms of the lease, the landlord can file an unlawful detainer lawsuit against the tenant. A Los Angeles eviction lawyer can help a the landlord with preparing and filing the unlawful detainer and making sure it isContinue Reading

LA Eviction Lawyer/Orange County Eviction Lawyer: What you should know about Security Deposits

LA Eviction Lawyer / Orange County Eviction Lawyer explains the rules of Security Deposits: How much can a landlord charge and what they can be used for. This article was made from information available on www.AttorneyInLA.net written by an LA eviction lawyer who handles eviction cases in LA and Orange Counties. California law regarding howContinue Reading

How to Give 3 Day Notice

Eviction lawyers in Orange County, Los Angeles, San Diego and beyond are knowledgeable in what steps have to be taken to successfully handle an eviction.  A common issue that causes problems for landlords, (and is useful to tenants in building their defense) is the proper handling of giving a tenant notice. Two of the mostContinue Reading

California Unlawful Detainer: Residential vs. Commercial

California law affords numerous protections to residential tenants that it doesn’t afford to commercial tenants.  This is rooted in a few assumptions that the law has made regarding commerical and residentail tenants.  One assumption is that commerical tenants are likely more sophisticated than their residential counterparts and are thus better equipped to protect themselves against an unscrupulous landlord.  This assumption is further givenContinue Reading

Look Before You Charge – California Unlawful Detainer Actions

Recent case came up, not a criminal one, a civil. A client called me on a Thur night with a default judgment entered against him. He was very distressed. Possibly the other attorney he had hired had dropped the ball. (This guy changes attorneys more often than some people change their underwear) Anyway, I chargedContinue Reading