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THE CALIFORNIA EVICTION PROCESS
Below is a general outline of the eviction process. Please note all of these steps may be involved or only one or two of them. It depends on the actions of the tenant. Each step is crucially important and a mistake can end or prolong the process.
STEP 1: NOTICE
If you want to evict your tenant, you must first provide them with written notice. Depending on the type of lease they have, you will need to give them either 3, 30, 60, or 90 days notice.
Download free forms from this website or hire us and we can provide notice to ensure it is done properly.
STEP 2: FILE A COMPLAINT
If the tenant fails to respond, you may then file an Unlawful Detainer complaint along with accompanying documents and service.
Consult the resources on our page to learn which documents to file.
STEP 3: OBTAIN A DEFAULT
If the tenant does not respond, then you can claim a Default Judgement and obtain a Writ of Possession. Take the filed Writ to the local Sheriff’s Department. The Sheriff will serve the Tenant with a Notice to Vacate.
STEP 4: TRIAL
If the tenant does respond, then you must request a day for trial where the judge will consider each parties’ claims. If the judge agrees with you, then you will similarly obtain a Writ of Possession and have the Sheriff evict the tenant if they fail to move out.
Professional Evictions will represent you at all Eviction proceedings.
FREE CALIFORNIA EVICTION RESOURCES
Below our free resources to give your tenant notice or perform your own eviction. Please remember though that an eviction is a summary proceeding. The smallest mistake can cause you to lose valuable time in recovering rent and possession of your property.
CALIFORNIA EVICTION CASE ACCESS
Click on the pic below for the County in which your case occurred in order to obtain information about your case. In compliance with Code of Civil Procedure 1161.2, Eviction case information is not available to the public for the first 60 days after filing, however, Rule 1161.2(a) provides access to interested parties who can, at a minimum, provide specific case-related information.
Shea M. Randall
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In addition to residential evictions, Shea has worked as an attorney in family law, estate planning, and criminal record expungement. Before becoming a licensed attorney, he spent several years in the human services sector helping low-income families as both a social worker and as an elementary school teacher. Shea is a member of the California State Bar Association and graduated from Chapman University School of Law.
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Mr. Liao-Sanders earned his Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School, and has strong experience advocating for clients at the Orange County Public Defender’s Office, as well as litigating on behalf of injured employees in Workers’ Compensation cases. Prior to becoming an attorney, he worked with the Department of Social Services to assist low-income families.
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