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No Suit for You!

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Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

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Introduce Yourself (Example Post)

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ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS – 2020 STATEWIDE RENT CONTROL

ACCESSORY DWELLING UNITS – 2020 STATEWIDE RENT CONTROL Accessory Dwelling Units. It is possible to accidently convert an exempt single family dwelling into a California statewide rent controlled property by constructing an Accessory Dwelling Unit. If the owner of a single family residence constructs an Accessory Dwelling Unit on the property, then that property becomes […]

LANDLORD’S RIGHT OF ENTRY

LANDLORD’S RIGHT OF ENTRY – RESIDENTIAL When can an owner “lawfully” enter a rental unit without written Notice of Entry? When is written Notice of Entry required prior to an owner “lawfully” entering a rental unit? What constitutes proper written Notice of Entry.” A landlord’s right to enter his/her rental property is set forth in […]

NEW HOME WARRANTY

I receive a call nearly every week asking me about statutory new home warranty rules. Some builders provide express new home warranties to buyers that are included with the closing documents when the buyer closes on his new home. For those buyers where the builder did not provide an express home warranty, California law implies […]

2020 CALIFORNIA RENT CONTROL LAWS

Effective January 1, 2020, California will be one of only two states to impose statewide Rent Control on its residential property owners. Oregon is the only other state that imposes statewide Rent Control. Exemptions. Let me start with the good news. The good news is that the new Rent Control Law exempts individual owners of […]

RE; COMMERCIAL LEASES – CANNABIS OPERATIONS

I receive calls every month by landlords wanting to know the risks associated with leasing to a tenant in the business of cultivation, production, and/or distribution of cannabis. Cannabis businesses must obtain both (1) a California permit and (2) a city/county license to operate. Not all cities/counties allow cannabis business to operate in their cities/counties. […]

Landlord Tenant Law

LANDLORD TENANT LAW The following rules apply to residential tenancies. Commercial tenancies have different rules. 30 DAY NOTICE. A 30 Day Notice is required to terminate a tenancy when the tenant has occupied the premises for 12 months or less. See California Civil Code section 1946. The 30 Day Notice expires 30 days after the […]

PROPERTY PHOTOGRAPHS

PROPERTY PHOTOGRAPHS Who owns residential real estate photograph? The general rule provides that the photographer owns the copyright to photographs absent a written agreement or provision transferring ownership to the seller or broker. Most written agreements offered by photographers issue a revocable license for the broker to use the photographs under a “license” agreement. This […]

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