Although California law favors the owner, California procedures favor the tenants when it comes to residential leases. Tenants can prolong the eviction process by contesting service, notice, and raising habitability and retaliatory eviction defenses, even when they are without merit.

We are available for all of your evictions needs, including preparing and serving the property 3-day, 30-day, 60-day or 90-day notices, filing and serving your lawsuit, representing you at trial and obtaining your judgment for possession and judgment for money damages.


In contrast to residential leases, commercial tenancies afford the landlord and property owner extensive protection and rights, specifically with regard to habitability claims, post- foreclose notices, rent increases, notices to quit, entry rights, late charges, etc.

Although in most commercial contract cases, the courts will uphold a commercial lease even when it is unfair and/or unreasonable, that is not always the case when dealing with evictions. As the saying going, the law favors the landlord, but the procedure favors the tenant.

Let us save you time and money by navigating the unlawful detainer process for you the right way, the first time.

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