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In California: 60-Day Eviction Notice Law Expires on December 31, 2005

On January 1, 2006, for tenants who have resided in the premises for one year or more, landlords who wish to terminate that tenancy are no longer required to give 60-days notice, but only 30-days notice. Civil Code section 1946.1, which required the 60-day notice, was to remain in effect beyond this date only if legislation were passed to extend it. However, such legislation was not passed and, therefore, the notice requirement reverts back to the prior law requiring 30-days notice. Please note that references to the 60-day eviction notice requirement in California Tenants - A Guide to Residential Tenantsí and Landlordsí Rights and Responsibilities (Page 33-34) are no longer correct beginning January 1, 2006.

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The landlord can hold the tenant liable for triple damages, when the tenant damages or leaves the premises dirty beyond normal wear & tear. (This applies in New York and several other states. Check your local landlord tenant laws.)

95% of tenant problems can be eliminated in the screening process?

It is illegal to pull a credit report on a tenant without his written authorization.
Use The LPA Rental Application which contains the authorization and provides for a sceening fee to cover the cost of credit reports!

It is often a mistake to allow tenants to sign your lease without first reading it to them.

You may change the terms of a lease at any time if the lease provides you with that option?

You may have a tenant arrested for fraud if they obtained occupancy illegally, such as lying on the rental application?

It is often a bad idea to accompany a tenant on a personal walk through when the tenant vacates.

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