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From start to finish, we prepare and file all the necessary forms for an uncontested eviction and unlawful detainer. Above all we prepare all the trial documents, if the case must be set for trial. You also have the option to hire a cooperating attorney, within our attorney referral network, to represent you in court or you can choose to represent yourself in court, should the eviction become contested. Fee above includes a 2 hour trial appearance. Attorney’s rates may vary depending on location or circumstance.
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This can be done many different ways, depending on the circumstances. Terminate the Tenancy by preparing and serving a 3 Day Notice To Pay Rent Or Quit, 15 Day Notice To Pay Rent Or Quit, 30 Day Notice, 60 Day Notice, 90 Day Notice, or 120 Day Notice. Serve the tenants properly, with the correct notice, and once the notice has expired the landlord can file a lawsuit for an Unlawful Detainer. Above all, we always highly recommend all landlords hire a professional to prepare and serve the notice to vacate.
A landlord should never rely on a notice that has not been prepared and served by a professional. It is very important that a landlord understands the negative impact a faulty notice to vacate can have on the entire eviction process. In most cases landlords will have to re-file the entire complaint and have to start the entire process all over again.
Even if a landlord is knowledgeable how to prepare the required court forms, they may not be up to date with current laws.
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The Tenant Protection Act of 2019, aka AB 1482. ("TPA") The COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020 ("CTRA") requires that residential tenants who are natural persons can only be evicted "for cause" whether or not the property is covered by or exempt from the TPA.
AB 1482, also called the Tenant Protection Act of 2019 Applies statewide rent control to specified properties. The new law affects both rent increases and just cause evictions. The COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020 ("CTRA") requires that residential tenants who are natural persons can only be evicted "for cause" whether or not the property is covered by or exempt from the TRA.
The new law limits the amount that rent can be raised. It states that the rent increase for a 12-month period cannot exceed 5% + percentage change in the cost of living over the previous year’s Consumer Price Index. It also cannot exceed 10% total. Additionally, the landlord is prohibited from increasing the rental rate in more than two increments over a 12-month period.
The gross rental rate will not include rent discounts or credits, incentives, or concessions. While gross rental rate is left undefined, it’s advised that any and all fees charged by the landlord (pet rent, utilities, or month to month fees) be included in the gross rental rate.
To calculate the maximum allowable increase over the allowed 5%, refer to Civil Code §1947.12(g)(2) which reads:
“Percentage change in the cost of living” means the percentage change from April 1 of the prior year to April 1 of the current year in the regional Consumer Price Index for the region where the residential real property is located, as published by the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics. If a regional index is not available, the California Consumer Price Index for All Urban Consumers for all items, as determined by the Department of Industrial Relations, shall apply.”
Beginning on January 1st, 2020, California Civil Code 1946.2 states that after 12 months, a tenancy can only be terminated for a specific set of reasons.
Under the statewide law, there are two different types of of just cause eviction: At-Fault and No-Fault. Per local City and County rules, certain types of properties are exempt from just cause eviction rules. Most all single family residences are exempt. Multi family residences may be exempt, if property is outside of the city limits and built after 1994.
For any curable just cause reason, you must give notice of a violation with an opportunity to cure such as 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit or a Notice to Perform or Quit.
Default in the Payment of Rent
Tenant fails to pay rent as stipulated in the lease agreement and any Notice to Pay Rent or Quit has expired. You can begin the unlawful detainer.
Breach of a Material Term of the Lease
As described in the Code of Civil Procedure §1161, subdivision 3, including (but not limited to) violation of a lease provision after being issued a written notice to correct the violation. If the condition is curable, such as removing an unauthorized pet or roommate, a Notice to Perform Covenant or Quit must be given.
Nuisance Activity or Waste
This is when the tenants are causing serious damage or harm to the property or common areas. It applies to neighboring units as well, i.e. if they are damaging surrounding areas and units or creating excessive noise and refusing to comply when asked. Further outlined in Civil Code 1161 subdivision 4, if the offense is curable, a Notice to Perform Covenant or Quit must be given.
Criminal activity or criminal threat by the tenant to the property, including any common areas, as defined in subdivision A of Section 422 of the Penal Code. Applies on or off the residential property, that is directed at any owner or agent of the owner of the residential real property.
Assigning or Subletting
If the tenant is subletting their room or unit and it is not allowed in the lease, they are subject to eviction. The same applies in the instance of assigning the lease (transferring the lease to another party).
Refusal to Provide Access
This occurs when you are trying to enter the home, whether it be for an annual inspection or to show the property for sale, and the tenant refuses access to the home, despite the notice they were given. Landlords are allowed to enter the home for a set list of reasons and if the tenant continually denies access despite getting written notice and they refuse to reschedule, their lease can be terminated.