California tenants have certain rights and responsibilities according to the law. This article discusses tenant rights in California and California tenant law, highlighting the most important aspects.→ Read More
California Landlord and Tenant Law
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I’m a California landlord with a troublesome tenant. I’ve given the tenant a 3-day notice, but he still won’t leave. What next? What is the California eviction process?
If you have already served the tenant with any one of the notices mentioned above and, despite all of your efforts the tenant still will not leave, you may file an unlawful detainer action against the tenant to remove him/her. The unlawful detainer action is simply a lawsuit.→ Read More
California landlords may evict any tenant provided state and local laws are followed. California landlords should seek to terminate or end a tenancy before attempting an eviction. The most common reasons for ending a tenancy are nonpayment of rent and violation of one or more lease terms.→ Read More
I’m a California tenant and I don’t want to move out of my home. How can I avoid eviction? What are my California tenant eviction rights?
If you are a tenant and have received a notice, you can do what is required in the notice by the deadline given, negotiate with your landlord or do nothing. If you cannot meet the requirements in the notice and do not ultimately reach an agreement with your landlord, you may face eviction.→ Read More
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