California Landlord's Law Book Vol. 2 : Evictions

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  • Edition: 7th
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  • Copyright: 1999-12-01
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Table of Contents

Evictions in California: An Overview
The Landlord's Role in Evictionsp. 2
Proceed With Caution When Evicting a Tenantp. 2
A Reason for Which You Must Evict--Drug Dealingp. 3
Evictions in Rent Control Citiesp. 3
Evicting Roommatesp. 4
Evicting a Resident Managerp. 4
Attorneys and Eviction Servicesp. 5
How to Use This Bookp. 6
Eviction for Nonpayment of Rent
Overview of the Processp. 2
Preparing the Three-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quitp. 2
Serving the Three-Day Notice on the Tenantp. 8
After the Three-Day Notice Is Servedp. 13
When to File Your Lawsuitp. 14
Eviction After Termination of Month-to-Month Tenancy by 30-Day Notice
Overview of the Processp. 2
When a Tenancy May Be Terminated With a 30-Day Noticep. 2
Impermissible Reasons to Evictp. 4
Government Subsidy Requirementsp. 5
Rent Control Ordinancesp. 5
Should You Use a Three-Day or 30-Day Notice?p. 9
Preparing the 30-Day Noticep. 9
Serving the 30-Day Noticep. 12
When to File Your Lawsuitp. 14
Eviction for Lease Violations, Property Damage or Nuisance
When to Use This Chapterp. 2
The Two Types of Three-Day Noticesp. 2
Using the Three-Day Notice to Perform Covenant or Quitp. 4
Using and Preparing an Unconditional Three-Day Notice to Quitp. 8
Serving the Three-Day Notice (Either Type)p. 9
Accepting Rent After the Notice Is Servedp. 12
When to File Your Lawsuitp. 12
Eviction Without a Three-Day or 30-Day Notice
Lease Expirationp. 2
Termination by the Tenantp. 4
Checklist for Uncontested "No-Notice" Evictionp. 4
Filing and Serving Your Unlawful Detainer Complaint
How to Use This Chapterp. 2
When to File Your Unlawful Detainer Complaintp. 2
Where to File Suitp. 2
Preparing the Summonsp. 4
Preparing the Unlawful Detainer Complaintp. 7
Preparing the Civil Case Cover Sheetp. 19
Getting the Complaint and Summons Ready to Filep. 19
Filing Your Complaint and Getting Summonses Issuedp. 21
Serving the Papers on the Defendantp. 21
What Next?p. 34
Pilot Project for Expedited Unlawful Detainer Proceduresp. 34
Taking a Default Judgment
When Can You Take a Default?p. 2
The Two-Step Default Judgment Processp. 3
Getting a Default Judgment for Possessionp. 3
Having the Marshal or Sheriff Evictp. 13
Getting a Money Judgment for Rent and Costsp. 15
Contested Cases
What Is Involved in a Contested Eviction Casep. 3
Should You Hire an Attorney?p. 3
How to Settle a Casep. 4
The Tenant's Written Response to an Unlawful Detainer Complaintp. 10
Responding to the Answerp. 18
Other Pre-Trial Complicationsp. 34
Preparing for Trialp. 35
The Trialp. 38
The Writ of Execution and Having the Sheriff or Marshal Evictp. 45
Appealsp. 46
Collecting Your Money Judgment
Collection Strategyp. 2
Using the Tenant's Security Depositp. 3
Finding the Tenantp. 3
Locating the Tenant's Assetsp. 5
Garnishing Wages and Bank Accountsp. 8
Seizing Other Propertyp. 13
If the Debtor Files a Claim of Exemptionp. 15
Once the Judgment Is Paid Offp. 17
When a Tenant Files for Bankruptcy
When a Tenant Can File for Bankruptcyp. 2
Making a Motion for Relief From Stay in Bankruptcy Courtp. 3
Rent Control Chart
Tear-Out Forms
Instructions for Using the CD
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