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Situations When You Should Review Your Rental Lease

We cannot emphasize the importance of keeping your rental lease up-to-date enough. Whenever you make home improvements, review your lease to ensure it reflects your current rental situation. Keeping y…

February 17, 2021

AB-3088 Tenancy

On August 31, 2020, California’s governor Gavin Newsom approved AB-3088 (also known as the Tenant Relief Act) as an emergency measure to establish a moratorium on evictions due to non-payment …

January 15, 2021

Tenant Protection Act, 2019: An Overview

The Tenant Protection Act, 2019 (or AB 1482) restricts property owners from terminating a tenancy without a just cause (must be mentioned in the notice). A landlord is required to …

December 15, 2020

Do I Need a Landlord Attorney?

While many people with multiple properties earn their primary income through renting out their properties, for many property owners, renting out is one of the best ways to generate passive …

November 16, 2020

Seven Reasons You Should Evict a Tenant

Having a bad tenant can be a pain in the neck for a landlord. There are some tenants who cause lots of problems for their landlord, but there is no …

June 16, 2020

Why You Should Use A Landlord Attorney

For the average landlord, navigating the challenges of dealing with tenants can be quite a task. Complex landlord-tenant laws govern the renting of commercial and residential properties. Only landlord…

May 15, 2020

Can You Evict a Tenant in California During COVID-19?

The COVID-19 pandemic has affected one and all. Many people have lost their jobs, while others are reluctantly taking pay cuts to preserve their jobs. The unprecedented crisis has severely …

April 16, 2020

Evicting a Commercial Tenant in California

Commercial tenants are usually businesses that rent property space for commercial purposes. They can be a store or an office. Commercial tenants do not have the same legal protection as …

March 16, 2020

What is California Assembly Bill 1482 & How Does it Impact Landlords?

In September of 2019, California became the second state in the country after Oregon to pass a statewide rent cap when California Governor Gavin Newsom signed Assembly Bill 1482 into …

February 17, 2020

Why Contracts Should Be in Writing

In a perfect world, the old-fashioned “gentleman’s agreement,” sealed with a word and handshake, would be enough to establish the binding nature of a contract. However, this is not an …

January 16, 2020