What Is an Unlawful Detainer?
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In the state of California, an unlawful detainer can be served to a tenant when the landlord believes they are in violation of their agreement and that the tenant is illegally using the rental property. When this detainer has been served, the eviction process has officially begun.
Whether you are a landlord seeking assistance in removing a renter or if you feel as if you’ve been wrongfully served and need help fighting an eviction in or out of court, trust in TLF. Our Los Angeles attorneys can provide you with answers and options, no matter what your situation.
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Reasons for Unlawful Detainers
The law provides for both landlords and tenants who are faced with a variety of circumstances. It is always important to consider your lease or rental agreement. Both parties have signed this legal document and agreed to its terms, and it is therefore important that it is followed. However, when a situation arises where both parties can no longer agree, it is necessary to hire a skilled attorney to help.
While there are many reasons for unlawful detainers, the most common include:
- Failure to pay rent or utilities in a timely manner
- Housing pets or other people who are not allowed in the terms of the lease
- Criminal activity in the house or apartment
- Wrongful eviction due to discrimination based on age, gender, sexual orientation, or race
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