We Prepare and Serve the 3 Day Notice, 30 Day Notice, and 60 Day Notice.
We Are Registered and Bonded Unlawful Detainer Assistants, With Many Years Of Experience.
We Prepare, Serve, and File Eviction / Unlawful Detainer Paperwork, For Landlords.
Upon requesting our services we will email you a questionnaire and contract for services. Once we receive the completed documents, we will email you a Paypal Invoice to collect payment for services.
Notice to Vacate Preparation & Service
Eviction Document Preparation, Filing, & Serving
Plus Mandatory Court Filing Fees of About $220 for Initial Filing and $30 Per Writ Issued. However, You May Qualify For A Fee Waiver.
We Prepare & File All the Necessary Documents Required for Filing the Eviction / Unlawful Detainer. We Also Prepare All the Trial Documents, If the Case Must Be Set For Trial. We are not attorneys. We can not represent you in court. However, If You're Interested In An Attorney, We Can Refer You To An Attorney.
This can be done many different ways, depending on the circumstances.
Terminating the Tenancy is done by preparing and serving a 3 Day Notice, 30 Day Notice, 60 Day Notice, or 90 Day Notice. The tenants must be served properly, with the correct notice, and the time in the notice given has expired before the landlord can file a lawsuit for Unlawful Detainer / Eviction.
3 Day Notice can be served for: Non-Payment of Rent, demanding to correct a violation of the lease, and for illegal activity on the premises. The 3 Day Notice must be completely accurate. If you prepare and serve a 3 Day Notice be sure the correct amount of rent and no late fees are included. There is also specific forms and wording that must be used. If the 3 Day Notice is deemed to be incorrect and invalid you will have to start the entire process over again.
If the tenant hasn't given you a reason to serve a 3 Day Notice, you must prepare and serve a different Notice to Terminate Tenancy, depending on the circumstances.
30 Day Notice: to terminate a month-to-month tenancy (leasing less than one year)
Certain Circumstances if the property is being sold. (Civil Code, Section 1946.1)
60 Day Notice: to terminate a month-to-month tenancy (leasing more than one year)
90 Day Notice: Certain government-subsidized tenancies
If you believe there are any unknown occupants, it's strongly suggested to serve all unknown occupants with a Prejudgement Claim, at the same time the tenant gets served the lawsuit. When you use this option,you will have to wait ten days from the date of service, rather than the usual five days to Request for Default Judgment against the unnamed occupants. The extra 5 days gives you the peace of mind that the eviction process will not be prolonged at the last minute by an unknown person, who claims to be a tenant. A Prejudgement Claim to Right of Possession can only be served by a Registered Process Server.
After the proper amount of time has been allowed for the tenants to Respond to the lawsuit, which is 5 Days for tenants and 10 days for Unnamed Occupants, you can Request For Default Judgement if the tenants or unnamed occupants haven't filed an Answer.
If the tenants have filed an Answer, you must Request To Set Case For Trial. The trial is usually about half an hour. The court usually schedules the trial within 2-3 weeks. The Request To Set Case For Trial, must be served to the tenants via U.S. mail. Be sure to arrive early to your court date, with copies of all your paperwork. The judge will review your paperwork for accuracy and decide if there are any issues that must be addressed. If the verdict has been rendered in your favor you will be able to obtain a Judgement and Writ of Possession.
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