Primary Reasons a Landlord Can Evict a Tenant in California In California, evictions are primarily dictated by Section 1161 of the California Code of Civil Procedure. Under said code, there are essentially six different situations that allow for a landlord to evict a tenant because said tenant is guilty of “unlawful detainer.” Unlawful detainer is a legal term to used […]
The Basics of Eviction in California
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LA County Rent Control – Are you affected by it? If so, how?
What Types of Properties Are Covered Under the New Rent Control Ordinance? First, the Los Angeles County Rent Stabilization Ordinance applies only to unincorporated areas of LA County. The chart below lists many of LA County’s unincorporated areas. If you are unsure whether your property is in an unincorporated are of LA County, we recommend that you call our offices. […]
The Tenant Protection Act of 2019 (California Statewide Rent Control) and How It Affects You
What is the Tenant Protection Act? The Tenant Protection Act of 2019 took effect on January 1, 2020. Rent control has been a common feature in many major California cities and municipalities for decades. However, for the first time, the state is placing a limit on the annual amount that landlords may raise the rent on their properties. In […]
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