Is your landlord trying to evict you? Has your landlord tenant relationship deteriorated into an eviction notice? Would you like to know your tenant rights?
If you answered Yes to any of these questions, you need to speak to one our tenant attorneys before the problem escalates. Unrepresented tenants may find the eviction process difficult to understand and may not know what is necessary to win an eviction action against them.
If you are being evicted in Los Angeles, there are CA tenant laws to protect you from unjust eviction procedures.
The landlord must follow certain procedures consistent with CA tenants’ rights, such as providing a 3, 30, 60 or 90-day notice to the tenant outlining the reasons for the eviction notice.
While the primary reason for most tenant evictions is non-payment of rent, there are instances when the landlord is at fault by violating specific terms of the rental lease agreement, or not making repairs required by law to make the rental units “habitable” or fit to live in.
If your landlord is evicting all the tenants in order to refurbish the property or to turn the property into condominiums, you have certain tenant rights that may result in monetary awards for relocation costs that are dictated by the laws of California. If you are over the age of 62 or have a disability, the State of California may offer you certain additional protections and compensation from such evictions.
Practice Area: Tenant Law