Scott Robert Rights’s Guides

Scott Robert Rights

San Diego Landlord / Tenant Lawyer.

Contributor Level 12
  1. Who Should Serve the 3-Day Notice; www.sandiegoevictioncenter.com

    Written by attorney Scott Rights, almost 3 years ago.

    Who Should Serve the 3-Day Notice to Pay or Quit? Many landlords take it upon themselves to serve the 3-day notice. This is, after all, allowed. Its not like serving the summons to appear in court for the unlawful detainer lawsuit. In that situation, the law is perfectly clear....

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  2. "Just Cause Eviction" law of San Diego - www.sandiegoevictioncenter.com

    Written by attorney Scott Rights, almost 3 years ago.

    California has been one of the more proactive states in protecting tenant rights. There are many different laws that effect the lease or rental agreement for landlords in San Diego. A sampling of laws include everything from federal laws controlling lead disclosures to state laws...

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  3. San Diego, California Landlord-Tenant – Legal Terms Defined

    Written by attorney Scott Rights, almost 3 years ago.

    To help in understanding the guides I have published regarding the eviction process, important legal terms are defined here. Landlord Tenant Legal Terms and Definitions: 3-Day Notice: See the applicable Three-Day Notice below. 30-Day Notice: The notice used to alert a tenant of...

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  4. The Unlawful Detainer Lawsuit in San Diego, California

    Written by attorney Scott Rights, almost 3 years ago.

    San Diego, California Unlawful Detainer Lawsuit Contested and Uncontested Cases After the tenant fails to respond to the applicable notice to evict (3-Day, 30-Day, or 60-Day), the landlord can file an Unlawful Detainer lawsuit. As mentioned previously, the lawsuit cannot be file...

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  5. Terminating the Landlord Tenant Relationship in San Diego, California

    Written by attorney Scott Rights, almost 3 years ago.

    Terminating the Landlord Tenant Relationship in San Diego, California Three-Day, 30 Day, and 60 Day Notices Before the landlord can file an Unlawful Detainer lawsuit, the landlord must terminate the tenancy. If the tenant has a month-to-month tenancy, known as a periodic tenancy...

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  6. Establishing the Landlord Tenant Relationship in San Diego, California

    Written by attorney Scott Rights, almost 3 years ago.

    Tenant Application and the Rental Agreement in San Diego, California Usually the first part of the process is begun with the rental application. Although there isnt much that can be done by the time a landlord is seeking to evict a tenant, this subject is worth addressing becaus...

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  7. Overview of the Eviction Process in San Diego, California

    Written by attorney Scott Rights, almost 3 years ago.

    Overview of the Eviction Process The process of eviction in California is only one facet of landlord tenant law. For a landlord who wants to recover the possession of his or her property, it is imperative to be familiar with the legal process. If one ends up not crossing the ts ...

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