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Under California Eviction Law, landlords are required to provide Notice to tenants prior to filing an Unlawful Detainer action with the court. Unlawful Detainers allow landlords to regain possession of their real property from tenants. Depending upon the circumstances, landlords may choose to serve a 30-Day Notice, 60-Day Notice or 90-Day Notice upon their tenants. Landlords may serve a 3-Day Notice where a tenant has failed to pay the rent, allowed illegal activities to take place on the property, disturbed other tenants, or otherwise violated the rental agreement. Once the Notice has been served, if the tenants fail to move out of the property or bring their rent current, the landlord may file an action for Unlawful Detainer. Cal-Evict has been helping landlords evict troublesome tenants quickly for over 10 years. Attorney Daniel J. Tripathi has all of the forms that you need and the knowledge and experience necessary to help you evict tenants quickly and efficiently. California Eviction Laws are extremely technical, and strict guidelines must be followed in order to successfully evict a tenant. It is crucial that you retain an experienced eviction attorney who fully understands the intricacies of Eviction Law and will work diligently to obtain the best results possible.
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