Legal Question in Civil Litigation in California

What form and procedure I should complete in order to evict my tenant who committed fraud during the rental process by giving me fake paychecks as proof of employment and having a stable income?

Asked on 4/27/13, 12:58 pm

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Robert F. Cohen Law Office of Robert F. Cohen
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If the tenant is unable to pay the rent on time, serve a three-day notice and then an unlawful detainer eviction.

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Answered on 4/27/13, 3:43 pm
Charles Perry Law Offices of Charles R. Perry
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There is nothing about the tenant's conduct that causes a change in the typical eviction proceeding. If you have grounds for a three-day notice, then proceed that way. Otherwise, terminate the lease pursuant to the lease's terms (usually a thirty-day notice), and proceed with an unlawful detainer action if the tenant does not move.

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Answered on 4/28/13, 5:31 am

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