California Eviction Process Explained

If the tenant doesn't voluntarily move out after the landlord has properly given the required notice to the tenant, the landlord can evict the tenant. In order to evict the tenant, the landlord must file an unlawful detainer lawsuit in superior court. In an eviction lawsuit, the landlord is called the "plaintiff" and the tenant is called the "defendant." An unlawful detainer lawsuit is a...

Selected California Residential Rental Laws

CALIFORNIA SPECIFIC RENTAL LAWS As a landlord or rental property owner in California, you are sure to encounter your fair share of legal issues. Before getting into the landlord business, it’s a good idea to have a competent attorney by your side that you can call on for help should any issues arise. But, it’s necessary to have a basic understanding of California landlord tenant laws. Limits...

Raxter Law resolves eminent domain legal issue city of Murrieta

Raxter Law resolves eminent domain legal issue city of Murrieta Eminent Domain issues are never easy. Let's be honest, they are not easy for either party - The City/Government or the Property Owner. When City Government moves to take real property from its citizens it must do so within the bounds of the law. It can be a long and time-consuming legal process. We recently resolved a long standing...