Category: Eviction

Court Allows Owner to Evict Tenant who has Filed Bankruptcy

Sholem Perl (“Perl”) owned a duplex in Los Angeles. Perl defaulted on his loan and the property was foreclosed on in 2013. At the foreclosure sale, Read More > ...

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Court Limits a Tenant’s Ability to Challenge an Unlawful Detainer Action

Sofia Borsuk (“Borsuk”) was a tenant at LA Hillcreste Apartments in Los Angeles.  In March, 2015, LA Hillcreste served Borsuk with a 3-day notice to pay Read More > ...

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Rent-to-Buy Real Estate: Can a Seller File Unlawful Detainer After a Default?

The recent case of Taylor v. Nu Digital Marketing, Inc. discusses the issue of when it is appropriate for a seller to regain possession of a Read More > ...

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Court Affirms that Res Judicata Applies to Stipulated Judgments in Unlawful Detainer Actions

In April of 2008, Jeffrey Needelman (“Tenant”) entered into a lease agreement with DeWolf Realty Co., Inc. (“Landlord”) for an apartment in San Francisco.  After the Read More > ...

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Commercial Evictions… The Three Day Notice

I have recently been handling a number of commercial evictions.  Several years ago I stopped handling residential evictions, but there are a lot of similarities in Read More > ...

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Court Allows Owner to Evict Tenant Who Has Filed Bankruptcy

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Rent-to-Buy Real Estate: Can a Seller File Unlawful Detainer After a Default?

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