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Evictions (also known as unlawful detainer actions) are the process through which a landlord can remove a tenant for a number of reasons, including:

-failure to pay rent
-violation of the rental agreement
-nuisance complaints
-using the rental property for an unlawful purpose, such as selling illegal drugs

Landlord Rights

In order for a landlord to begin the eviction process, California law requires all persons residing at the property be served with a notice. It is extremely important that the notice is prepared and served correctly. Otherwise, the Court will dismiss the landlord’s complaint due to a technical defect and the tenant will prevail in an unlawful detainer action. While the landlord may initiate another unlawful detainer action, this misstep will delay the eviction process and cost the landlord additional expenses. Our firm is knowledgeable of California’s landlord/tenant laws and can ensure that it is done right the first time.

Tenant Rights

A tenant may have legitimate defenses in an unlawful detainer action, such as serious habitability problems with the property. Our firm will closely examine your situation and build a persuasive argument for keeping tenancy alive.

Whether you are a property owner or a renter, our firm is dedicated to helping you understand the eviction process a little better and resolving your eviction case in a fair and efficient manner.