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Some key landlord-tenant laws in California include laws encompassing required landlord disclosures, security deposit limit and return, rent rules, tenant rights to withhold rent, and termination and eviction rules, acco... More »

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As of 2015, the rules that govern landlord behavior towards Section 8 tenants differ by state. In California, landlords are legally allowed to refuse Section 8 tenants, while in Oregon, a law passed in 2014 made rejectin... More »

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Landlords who accept FEPS can advertise acceptance of FEPS and request paperwork to prove a potential renter qualifies for the program. FEPS is a New York state housing supplement designed to provide rental support for f... More »

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Tenants in California have a multitude of rights that cover rent increases, rent payment method, when the landlord can enter the housing unit, repairs and habitability, according to the California Department of Consumer ... More »

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In California, landlords use a 3-day notice to pay rent or quit when a tenant is behind on rent. If the rent is not paid in three days, the tenant may be evicted. These notices are not court forms, but many of them can b... More »

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A landlord can evict a tenant by filing a suit called an unlawful or wrongful detainer in court, says the Law Library. The action or inaction of a landlord, such as refusing to provide heat, may constitute what is called... More »

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A landlord must follow several legal steps to obtain a final eviction order, and a tenant may prevent an eviction by negotiating a settlement or winning a judgment at each of these steps, says Nolo. In cities with rent c... More »

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