Landlord Attorney Serving Southern California
The Eviction Group is a professional law organization serving the interests of landlords throughout Southern California. Contact the Eviction Group today to hear from a landlord attorney and receive a free initial consultation.
On the Eviction Group website landlords can download a variety of eviction forms and eviction notices. Depending on the circumstances and the specific tenant, landlords might need to present tenants with a 3-day eviction notice, 30-day eviction notice or even a 60-day eviction notice.
Of course, landlords throughout Southern California are free to contact a landlord attorney at the Eviction Group to find out which kind of forms and eviction notices they might require moving forward.
For instance, in the state of California an eviction notice must contain a certificate of service in order for the landlord to avoid fines – potentially up to $2,000 for every time that the landlord incorrectly served a tenant. An experienced landlord attorney can help steer landlords throughout Southern California – from Riverside and San Bernardino to San Diego and Palm Springs – in the right direction.
Lead landlord attorney at the Eviction Group, Nilufar Alemozaffar Motlagh, will guide landlords through the eviction process and inform landlords of which circumstances could empower landlords to remove unwanted tenants from a rental property.
Serving a tenant with the correct eviction notice and, ideally, providing the tenant with an eviction notice in person are essentials for getting the eviction process off on the right foot. A landlord attorney can help landlords discover if their situation calls for an eviction.
In the state of California, landlords may eviction tenants for any of the following reasons: the tenant refuses to pay rent; the tenant stays past the lease; the tenant causes property damage that imperils the future rentability of the landlord’s property; the tenant conducts illicit activity on the landlord’s property (e.g., drug dealing); or, the tenant violates the terms of the landlord’s rental agreement. Any of these are grounds for an eviction.
A landlord attorney can tell landlords whether their tenant should be evicted and, if so, what kind of eviction notice should be provided. As examples, a tenant who has broken the terms of a monthly lease should be given a 30-day eviction notice whereas a tenant who has violated a provision in a rental agreement should receive a 3-day eviction notice.
Having said that, a landlord attorney might advise landlords to forgo a 30-day eviction notice if the tenant in question is conducting illegal activity on the landlord’s property. That’s a dangerous situation that would empower a landlord to simply provide a 3-day notice for the tenant to vacate the landlord’s premises.
Eviction Group’s landlord attorney can help landlords in Los Angeles, San Diego and other parts of Southern California through the eviction process. This includes providing legal documents like unlawful detainer complaints and a civil case cover sheet as well as navigating the five-day response time from the tenant and the ensuing court case. Contact the Eviction Group today for a free initial consultation.