Landlords in California must satisfy a number of statutory requirements before they may evict their tenants. However, once the landlord has satisfied these requirements, the courts often move very quickly in hearing and ruling on the landlord’s request. 

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Landlords in California must satisfy a number of statutory requirements before they may evict their tenants. However, once the landlord has satisfied these requirements, the courts often move very quickly in hearing and ruling on the landlord’s request.

At Pakpour Banks LLP, we can help landlords with all aspects of residential eviction. We tailor our services to suit your individual needs, with options that include the following:

  • Draft and file the eviction request (termed an unlawful detainer action) and all other required documents with the court
  • Provide notice to the tenant
  • Draft the following eviction related documents:
    • Notices to enter a dwelling
    • Three-day notice to pay rent or quit
    • Three-day notice to perform covenants or quit
    • Three-day notice to quit for nuisance, unauthorized subletting or criminal conduct
    • 30- and 60-day notices to vacate
    • 30-, 60- and 90-day notices to vacate for cause under federal law
  • Represent your interests in court
  • Ensure all post-hearing tasks are completed and your property is returned to your control as quickly as possible

With offices in Davis, Pakpour Banks LLP represents family law litigants in Yolo, Solano, Sacramento, and Placer Counties.

We fight on your behalf in divorce, child custody, visitation, child support, spousal support, domestic violence, property division, and other family law issues.

We also fight for our clients in eviction disputes, and probate disputes like guardianships and conservatorships.

1667 Oak Avenue Davis, CA 95616
Phone: (530) 302-5444
Fax: (530) 302-4044

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