Legal Advice for Right to Quiet Enjoyment — 8 results
Written by attorney Sagar P. Parikh, 8 months ago.
The covenant of “quiet enjoyment” is implied in every lease and rental agreement under California law. It doesn’t have to be specifically mentioned in the lease in order for it to protect... more
Written by attorney John Sauter, over 1 year ago.
It's a tenant's worst nightmare. Soon after signing a lease agreement and moving into an apartment you begin to hear loud, wall-shaking noise. Maybe its from a barking dog, maybe from your... more
Written by attorney Keon Knutson, over 3 years ago.
COVENANT OF QUIET ENJOYMENT concerns the possesion of property, where the lessor agrees that the tenant shall peacefully and quietly enjoy the premises leased. Such a covenant is express... more
Written by attorney Steven Dhillon, over 3 years ago.
Overview and California Civil Code In short, the implied covenant of quiet enjoyment is a guarantee of sorts that the landlord will not permit either himself or someone else from... more
Written by attorney Rixon Rafter, almost 3 years ago.
The landlord-tenant relationship is founded on duties and responsibilities provided in statutory law , the common law, or the actual lease itself.
Basic to all leases is the implied... more
Written by attorney Matthew Schultz, 6 months ago.
The purpose of this guide is to educate the public about Title Insurance, which is the indemnity agreement issued to protect homeowners from claims of ownership, outstanding debts of... more
Written by attorney Wail Sarieh, about 1 year ago.
Property acquired during marriage is divisible community property even though situtated in another state. [Family Code sec. 760]
It has been argued, however, that a California court's... more
Written by attorney Rodney Mesriani, over 1 year ago.
The family is a persons best refuge in times of need and grief. That is why when there are issues or events in the family, you would never want to miss it. However, no matter how hard you... more