Tenants are becoming more sophisticated in maneuvering the legal system to their advantage, but The Law Offices of Fay Arghavani is all you will to need to handle your evictions quickly, efficiently and cost effectively. Immediate response to your tenant problems will always save you time and money. The law firm of Fay Arghavani makes an immediate response to your legal needs and will take immediate action thereon. You are assured of receiving the best professional representation at low prices and Fay Arghavani will strive to keep you as clients for years.
A step-by-step guide through California’s Unlawful Detainer procedure has been prepared for your convenience. It is designed for those seeking general information about the eviction process. My office will complete each step as fast as the law allows. You will be kept informed by periodic updates as the eviction progresses. Please call the Law Offices of Fay Arghavani if you have any questions.
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In California, a landlord may be able to evict a tenant if the tenant:
- Fails to pay the rent on time;
- Breaks the lease or rental agreement and will not fix the problem (like keeping a cat when pets are not allowed);
- Damages the property bringing down the value (commits "waste");
- Becomes a serious nuisance by disturbing other tenants and neighbors even after being asked to stop; or
- Uses the property to do something illegal.
In most cities, the landlord can also evict the tenant:
- If the tenant stays after the lease is up,* or
- If the landlord cancels the rental agreement by giving proper notice.*
*If your city has rent control, these 2 reasons may not be good enough to evict a tenant.
A landlord cannot evict a tenant for an illegal reason like discrimination or to get back at the tenant for taking action against the landlord, like filing a complaint because the property’s heating system is broken