Commercial Eviction Attorney
What is involved in the process of commercial eviction in Long Beach?
As a commercial landlord in Southern California, it is important to be
aware of the laws and policies concerning eviction. If your commercial
tenant has missed rent payments or violated other terms of the lease,
you have the right to initiate eviction proceedings. It is very important
to follow the proper protocol, however, in order to avoid negative repercussions.
Before taking action, it is highly recommended that you talk to a
Long Beach eviction attorney about your situation.
Your attorney can help you prepare an eviction notice. This notice must
be served directly to the tenant. If he or she is not on the premises,
you can post it to the door and mail a copy to the tenant by certified
mail right away. It is important that you request a return receipt when
you send the notice. After this, your attorney can help you complete a
proof of service form.
Should the tenant fail to comply with your request or disregard the eviction
notice entirely, you have the right to initiate an eviction lawsuit, called
an "unlawful detainer" suit in California. You will need to
serve the tenant with a summons and complaint by an authorized method,
such as hiring a registered process server. This paperwork is highly technical
and should always be completed under the direction of a knowledgeable
and trusted lawyer.
Call Eviction Law Group today!
As an experienced California lawyer, I understand the laws that impact
your situation. Whether you are a landlord or tenant and need representation
in an eviction trial or counsel regarding the process of commercial eviction,
I am here to help you and to provide the attentive advice and advocacy
Contact Eviction Law Group today to request a consultation or to learn more.