Jun 12, 2013 · June 12, 2013 August 30, 2018 Chauvel & Glatt represents commercial landlords and hotels/lodging facilities in unlawful detainer cases . An unlawful detainer is a legal procedure adopted in California that allows landlords to evict a tenant who is not paying rent or is otherwise in violation of the lease agreement.
The most common landlord-tenant cases are: evictions (called writs of restitution), suits by tenants to recover damage deposits, and; claims by landlords for past due rent or excessive damages caused by tenant after vacating the unit. In eviction actions, the tenant will receive a summons and notice of hearing.
Hotels and Motels Law and Legal Definition Hotels and motels are regulated under the police power of the state to guard the health and safety of patrons. A hotel is a commercial establishment offering lodging to travelers and sometimes to permanent residents, and often having restaurants, meeting rooms, stores, etc., which may be used by the ...
Oct 02, 2020 · Oklahoma courts last year handled 44,612 eviction cases, with more than 1,200 tenants a month receiving eviction notices in Tulsa County alone, according to Tulsa World. Tulsa has the 11th highest ...
Requires that a specific bed bug notice be given to new tenants on and after July 1, 2017 (with specific language listed under “Information about Bed Bug Laws” and in at least 10 point font) and to existing tenants by January 1, 2018.
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