Evictions And Unlawful Detainers: What You Need To Know
In California, a necessary step in the process of evicting a tenant from a residential or commercial property is filing an unlawful detainer. Essentially, an unlawful detainer is an eviction notice, but the process is complex and requires skilled legal guidance.
At So. Cal. Realty Law, APC, we are skilled trial attorneys who work hard for our real estate clients. We take on eviction issues for property owners across San Diego and Southern California. We understand the law and what is at stake; we will be on your side.
Aggressive Representatives For Your Eviction Case
California has extensive tenant rights laws, and securing an eviction is a challenge and, at times, an uphill battle. However, just because it’s difficult doesn’t mean it’s impossible. Evictions are an important tool to keep your property profitable.
Generally, a successful ground for eviction includes:
- Default on rent
- Breach of lease
- Causing a nuisance
- Criminal activity in or on the property
- Not allowing lawful entry to the landlord
Once your original petition and notice are filed, the tenant has several days to meet or fix the issues. If they do not fix them, you may move to the next stages.
Securing An Eviction Requires Perseverance
We are here to provide you with the information you need and the representation you deserve. We will be aggressive and diligent in pursuit of your eviction goals and work as hard as necessary for you. We know how to fight, but more than that, we know how to control the costs of lengthy, drawn-out legal battles.