Uncontested Eviction in Orange County $295
LEASE AGREEMENTS AND CONTRACTS: Residential leases are typically long and try to cover all the rights and responsibilities of each party involved. There are also things that are not allowed in a lease, such as a tenant waiver of their right to receive their security deposit back. If you are entering into a lease agreement, it is a good idea to consult with a California rental property lawyer (Landlord’s attorney). It is essential to be fully aware of your rights and responsibilities, regardless of whether you are the tenant or the landlord.
LANDLORD EVICTION: In California, in order to legally evict a person from the rental/leased property, Residential landlords must follow the processes for evictions outlined by California state laws. If a landlord tries to evict a tenant by threatening him/her, by turning off the utilities or by changing the locks, this is considered illegal. At this point, the tenant can file a lawsuit against the landlord for civil damages. That is why it is so important to always follow the necessary procedure and call for help. We will provide you with the following services:
- Consultation with Attorney
- Review, Draft, and Serve Three (3) Day Notice on Tenant(s) (if necessary)
- Draft/File Complaint with Court, and Serve Tenant(s)
- Draft/File Motion and Proposed Order for Clerk’s Default
- Draft/File Motion and Proposed Order for Final Judgment and
- Attendance at Court Hearing
- Draft/File Writ of Possession
PREMISES LIABILITY: As a landlord to rental property in California, it is important to know all of your rights and responsibilities. This includes knowing when you can be held liable for an injury to a tenant or visitor sustained while on your rental property. In order to be held responsible for an injury that occurs on the premises of a rental property, the property manager or landlord must be proven negligent in maintaining the property and, as a result, the negligence caused the injury. Tenants have the ability to file a personal injury lawsuit or a claim against the Landlord’s insurance company of the landlord for lost earnings, medical bills, and another types of physical injuries, emotional distress, or permanent physical disability. If you are a landlord in this situation, call us right away for help!
In California, it is not uncommon for Landlords and Tenants to find themselves in a disagreement or dispute in the commercial or residential real estate setting. Whether your Tenant failing to pay rent or violating any other term of the Lease, Western Pacific Law Group, PC has you covered for ALL of your Landlord-Tenant needs. We represent Landlords in the following areas:
- Negotiating, drafting, and reviewing of commercial and residential leases;
- Violation/breach of lease provisions;
- Noise violations;
- Fighting or other disruptive behavior;
- Too many occupants in a dwelling;
- Eviction Proceedings and Unlawful Detainer;
- Lawsuits for possession;
- Security deposit disputes;
- Failure to pay rent and rent disputes;
- Damage to property;
- Holdover Tenants;
- Abandoned property;
- Disposal of abandoned personal property; and
- Early termination of Leases.
Important: The information on this website is for general information purposes only. Nothing on this site should be taken as legal advice for any individual case or situation. This information is not intended to create, and receipt or viewing does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship.
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