Evictions can create a number of legal and financial difficulties for landlords. Evictions, also known as unlawful detainers, often turn on minute details that need to be followed in both the initial notice to end the tenancy and in the Complaint filed to commence the eviction. Often times failure to comply with California law precisely when filing an eviction can cause a landlord to be subject to fines, penalties, or the tenant’s attorneys’ fees.
At Marinaccio Law, Attorney Anthony Marinaccio advises landlords and property managers of their rights and obligations. Attorney Anthony Marinaccio will prepare the paperwork associated with filing an eviction and ensure that the notice that initially ended the tenancy complies with California law. Whether it be a Three Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit, a Three Day Notice to Perform Covenants or Quit, a Thirty Day Notice, or Sixty Day Notice, Marinaccio Law is ready to handle your eviction.
In addition to filing the Complaint and other paperwork to begin your eviction, Marinaccio Law will represent you at trial – whether it be a jury or judge trial – if the tenant files an Answer and will represent you during any motions that the tenant may file (generally a tenant can file a Motion to Quash or Demurrer in response to a Complaint).
The laws addressing evictions in California can be complicated. In order to avoid making a costly mistake, please contact Marinaccio Law for a free initial consultation.
Marinaccio Law counsels and represents clients on a variety of eviction matters including:
- Evictions in rent control jurisdictions
- Evictions under the Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance
- Ellis Act and condominium conversion evictions
- Habitability issues
- Security deposit disputes
- Wrongful evictions