California Unlawful Detainer Law — What you need to know!
In California, landlords cannot evict a tenant without a court order. At a minimum, that means you CANNOT:
- Physically remove the tenant or the tenant’s personal property
- Lock the tenant out or change the locks
- Turn off utilities
The California state eviction process is quick but stringent, so seeking proper legal advice is important to winning your case. Contact Eviction Group, A Professional Law Corporation to help guide you through the process and get a quick resolution.
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