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When to serve a 30 or 60 day notice to evict

(Photo by bigwavephoto/Creative Commons) If a tenant doesn’t pay the rent, does something illegal or violates terms of the lease, you can start an eviction process with a 3-day notice. But what if you want a tenant to move out but he hasn’t done anything wrong on your property? For example, you have just decided
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Many ways to evict tenants in California

Many landlords get frustrated and befuddled by the lengthy and time-consuming process of evicting a tenant in California who, for example, isn’t paying the rent or has trashed the property. If you’re busy working a job and also overseeing your property, or if you have many rental properties, it might be a good idea to
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Some ways California law protects landlords

Some ways California law protects landlords Landlord-tenant laws in California are heavily skewed to favor the tenant, but there are some steps landlords can take to protect themselves. One good way a landlord can protect himself, of course, is to have a written lease agreement that the landlord requires the tenant to sign before moving
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Overview of Landlord Tenant Laws in California

Both landlords and tenants should be able to deal with many legal questions and problems without a lawyer, once they understand the basics of state law. This overview of key landlord tenant laws in California will get you started. Required Landlord Disclosures in California Under California law, landlords must disclose specific information to tenants; this
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An Explanation of a Tenants Rights in California

Tenants must navigate a complex set of rules and responsibilities in the state of California. Not only are there state guidelines that must be followed, but there may also be some specific city guidelines for rental properties, such as rent control. However, California tenants are entitled to the following rights however it is important that
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The Foremost rights of landlord in California

California is, for the most part, a tenant friendly state.  The majority of the laws regarding rental tenancies are provided to protect a tenant from a landlord, not vice versa.  There are state wide laws and codes specifically laying out the responsibility of a landlord and the rights of a tenant.  There are also local
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Some Strict Eviction Laws for Tenant in California

You have rented your property to a tenant in the State of California, and you now wish to terminate the tenancy and rental contract, either for non-payment or simply because you want to move your children into the property. It’s your property, so it should be simple…shouldn’t it? In California it is not as simple
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