When a landlord decides to rent out his or her property and finds a tenant to do so, they enter into a lease agreement. If either party violates this lease agreement they can sue or be sued for breach of lease contract. A lawsuit of this nature is called an unlawful detainer.
SAN DIEGO, California – August 21, 2013 – Webb & Bordson Law Group (http://wblawgroup.com/
When a landlord files legal action against a tenant the landlord may not just tell the tenant to leave his premises. “The landlord must seek judicial intervention to assert his rights against the tenant. Even with a court order the tenant should not be forcibly evicted. The court will stipulate a date for the tenant to leave the premises. If the tenant refuses to leave even after the date set by the court, the landlord may file a Writ of Possession.”
In Webb & Bordson Apc’s most recent blog post landlords looking to evict a tenant will learn:
What he/she can evict a tenant for
What an unlawful detainer lawsuit is, and what the process will be like for this type of legal action
What happens if the tenant refuses to leave the property
How a landlord can seek help throughout his or her lawsuit
To learn more about evicting a tenant for breach of lease contract visit this blog post (http://wblawgroup.com/
If you want to discuss a potential breach of contract case contact Webb & Bordson Law Group today. (http://wblawgroup.com/
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