Yolo County Eviction Services offers legal assistance to landlords in Yolo, Sacramento, Solano and Placer counties with their eviction and other rental needs.
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 move very quickly in hearing and ruling on the landlord’s request.
Yolo County Eviction Services offers a range of services to landlords seeking to repossess their property. Deciding to evict a tenant is not an easy decision. However, from drafting the required notices to offering in-court representation, we know how the process works and how to comply with all of the requirements. The eviction related documents we can draft include:
- 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
- Notices of Abandonment
- Notices of Abandoned property
Additionally, we offer to:
- Draft and file the eviction request (termed an unlawful detainer action) and all other required documents with the court;
- Provide notice to the tenant;
- Represent your interests in court;
- Ensure all post-hearing tasks are completed and your property is returned to your control as quickly as possible.
RENTAL/LEASE CONTRACT REVIEW AND ADVICE
A clear, unambiguous and legal rental contract is the best tool a landlord can have. Not only can it minimize the conflict with tenants over unclear lease terms, but it can increase the chances of you succeeding in an eviction action. Yolo County Eviction Services can help ensure that your lease complies with California regulations and is clearly written so that all parties understand their rights and responsibilities