Legal Guidance For Landlords In Evictions And Other Disputes
An eviction, or unlawful detainer action, may be necessary if a commercial or residential tenant fails to pay rent or otherwise violate the terms of the rental contract. Evictions pose risks and liabilities for landlords. If you are seeking to evict a tenant, you want to make sure you are acting in compliance with California’s landlord/tenant laws.
At the Law Office of Alec Harshey, we represent commercial and residential landlords in evictions and other landlord-tenant disputes. Our attorneys are well-versed in California real estate laws and are committed to helping landlords navigate the tricky legal terrain of evictions/unlawful detainer actions.
Southern California Eviction Process Attorneys
In California’s tight real estate market, a nonpaying tenant is a costly liability for a landlord. If you are faced with a nonpaying tenant, we can help you explore all of your legal options, including eviction. In some cases, a carefully worded letter is all that is required to achieve the desired result. When eviction is necessary, we will guide you through the process to ensure you are in compliance with all applicable state and federal laws. Whatever your situation, our lawyers are here to help you protect your rental properties and real estate investments.
Contact A Temecula Landlord Eviction Lawyer
If you are seeking guidance for an eviction-related matter in California, our lawyers are here to help. Contact us today online or by telephone at 877-824-8147 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Hemet eviction lawyer.