Landlord's Legal Resources has been on-line since
1996 and has helped thousands of California Landlord's navigate
the sometimes complicated California Landlord-Tenant Laws.
Not just evictions, but the small obscure laws that you may not
be aware of. For instance there are laws requiring you to
post notices on your rental property, or include them in you
lease and Rental Agreements.
These laws are unique to
California Landlords and the Generic sites, such as Nolo
attempt to cover the laws of all states and fail to provide the
forms that are not provided by the State, such as the "Notices
If you find yourself in the position
that you must serve a Notice to terminate a tenancy, and to
actually evict your tenant then you will find all you need on
You'll learn the following:
- When to serve a Notice and what Notice to serve.
- How to complete and serve the Notice.
- How and when to prepare the court forms.
- Which court to file your complaint in.
- How to take a default judgment if the tenant doesn't answer the
- How to set your case for trial if the tenant answers the complaint.
- How to prepare for the trial.
- What documents to present to the court and what to say?
- How to cross-examine your tenant regarding issues of Habitability or offers
to pay rent.
- How to prepare the judgment, and obtain the writ of execution.
- How to get the Sheriff to remove the tenant.
- What not to do after you get your judgment.
- What to do with property left on the premises
- What to do about the security deposit.
California laws aren't difficult, however, the slightest error will
result in loss of time, effort, and most importantly, MONEY. Most of the time you, as an owner or manager of
rental property, need information regarding notices, and
leases, and on that rare occasion evictions, but don't want to spend money on a call to an attorney.
You get all you need for $9.95 per
Landlord's Legal Resources at Legal Line provides all of the notices you will need,
together with information on each form's use. As a further aid to
you we provide
eviction forms, landlord notices, the evictions
notice form complies with all counties in California and as a
member you get access to all of these forms, and instructions
regarding their use and completion.
California Landlord's aid for Evictions
California Landlord's Legal Resources is the smart avenue for Landlords. You may ask,
"is an attorney necessary to evict my
The answer is
no. If you are a sole proprietorship, or just
operating under a fictitious name. Tenants
keep asking about their rights, but landlord rights are
important also. We lead you through the law regarding evictions
forms, and notices and form
requirements of California. The
landlord tenant law and Unlawful
Detainer Code is exacting but not difficult. With access to the
proper notice forms, and instructions on how to
complete the forms, and process them, you should not need to
incur the costs of an attorney, or a paralegal to give your
tenants proper notices, and to complete an unlawful
Evictions on line
Help Evictions at Landlord's Legal Line is an "ON-LINE" manual,
dedicated to landlord rights, designed and written by a
California Attorney with 35 years experience in California
Unlawful Detainer, and Landlord-Tenant Law. He has filed
thousands of cases, and has noticed a trend toward do it
yourself landlords. With that in mind, and further by noticing landlords struggle to represent themselves in court, he
decided to put the proper forms and instructions on their
computers. Landlord's Legal Line will lead you through the
California, Unlawful Detainer (Eviction) process, helping you
step by step through the
Eviction Notices, through the filing
and service of the complaint, and in the preparation for trial.
After you have obtained judgment, you will be guided though the
possession process, and the collection process. You will be
provided with all of the Judicial Council Forms that are
necessary to obtain a Judgment for Possession of your property,
and for a Money Judgment.
Eviction notice forms are only helpful if you purchase a new
book every time the Unlawful Detainer law and
forms change. On our site the forms and instructions are kept current,
so you never need to worry about outdated forms or law.
At California Self
Help Evictions, through Legal Line the forms are fillable on line, using the
OMNIFORM (exe) or Adobe Acrobat format. Unlike a book, there
is no tearing of pages, and typing of forms. These forms print
out ready to
file with the court. If a form is changed, then it will be
changed on the internet, so the next time you need it, you will
find it to be current. If you haven't seen the forms, then take
some time now and download the Internet Filler Form, and review
the sample forms listed below.
This site has local eviction forms, landlord Notices under
the name of your county.
There are 3 levels of membership to
Landlord's Legal Line
The Access membership is for the
landlords who want to represent themselves, those hardy DO IT
YOURSELFERS, who don't need attorney help, but like current
information and fillable forms.
The E-Mail members on the other hand, are
Landlords, who, on occasion needs to email an attorney for
The Associate members have access to the
attorney by phone and e-mail for full
consultations on Landlord Tenant Matters.
All Members have full access to the tutorials,
notices, and .
These forms are kept current, and include the summons, the complaint, judgments, writs, request to enter
default and much more. These forms are fillable on your
COMPUTER and are in Omniform and Adobe Acrobat formats.
Unlike a book on how to do it our information
is not generic, it is always timely, and accurate. If a form is
changed we change with it.