Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California Landlord-Tenant Litigation
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Get fast, expert help unraveling all the complexities in California landlord-tenant litigation with this superior single-volume research tool. Matthew Bender Practice Guide: California Landlord-Tenant Litigation covers all the must-have areas of law when dealing in landlord-tenant litigation, including:
• Unlawful detainer
• Suits for damages (particularly wrongful eviction and unpaid rent)
• Service of eviction and termination notices
• Grounds for termination
• Subleasing and assignments
• Local rent controls
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Table of contents
Chapter 1 Representing Landlords and Tenants: Preliminary Considerations
Chapter 2 Creation of Tenancy
Chapter 3 Rights and Duties of Landlord and Tenant During Tenancy
Chapter 4 Termination of Tenancy
Chapter 5 Unlawful Detainer
Chapter 6 Suing a Landlord for Damages
Chapter 7 Suing a Tenant for Unpaid Rent and Damages
Chapter 8 Local Rent and Eviction Controls