You have been served with an Eviction Notice? Get legal help today and protect your rights. If you are a Landlord and need to evict a tenant this requires extreme attention to detail to make sure that all procedural and legal requirements are met. Call Now!
Notifying a tenant by law and serving them with court papers is not enough to legally evict them. We can help you at every step.
We offer our clients counseling and representation throughout the unlawful detainer process. This includes, drafting 3-Day and 30-Day Notices, preparing unlawful detainer complaints and responses, getting the defendants served, requesting an immediate trial, obtaining judgments, obtaining writs of possession and then causing the Sheriff’s Department to serve a notice to vacate.
Pre-covid a contested eviction would take about 30 days. Now we are seeing evictions take closer to 6 months. Evictions are supposed to be summary proceedings where the landlord has a right to a trial within 20 days of the time the defendant files their answer to the complaint.
Due to recent court delays, evictions are taking longer than the statue provides. For eviction matters, there is a statue that mandates that the matter proceed to trial within 20 days of the case being at issue. This rule, while still the rule, is not followed by most courts at this point in time. We expect courts will resume complying as soon as they are able to.
We have experienced lawyers representing landlords & tenants in San Diego County, to provide you the most effective representation possible.
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