Over 43% of people that live in California live in a rental property. While the vast majority of tenants present no issues to landlords, occasionally a conflict or issue will come up that requires the landlord to remove the tenant. This process is called an unlawful detainer action – also known as an eviction. Landlords can protect their rental property by evicting a tenant that violates the terms of the lease agreement – whether by destroying the property or by failing to pay rent.
Brewer Offord & Pedersen LLP recently produced a free webinar about the fundamentals of evictions in California. This webinar constituted the third installment of the California Landlord Basics webinar series.
In Part 3 of the California Landlord Basics webinar series, real estate attorneys Henry Chuang and Ashlee D. Adkins discussed important elements of evictions, including:
- Causes Leading to an Eviction
- The Eviction Process
- Technical Pitfalls During an Eviction
- Tenant Defenses
- Preparing for Eviction Proceedings
You can watch the replay of the webinar below, as well as view or download the slides.
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