ANAND LAW assists tenants and landlords in commercial and residential unlawful detainer (“UD”) actions.
ANAND LAW will remove your breaching tenants expediently and cost-effectively. All matters are handled by an attorney and meticulous attention to detail is paid to ensure that you can begin realizing profit as soon as legally possible. We can assist you in every aspect of the unlawful detainer process, including: preparing “3-Day Notices” prior to filing the unlawful detainer complaint; representation in the unlawful detainer action through and including trial; and representation in any necessary related civil matter for damages. We also assist you with legally disposing of personal property left at the premises.
If you are in a building controlled by the City of Los Angeles’ Rent Stablization Ordinance (RSO or “rent-control”), we can assist you with ensuring compliance, maximizing rent, and dealing with the Los Angeles Housing Department and the Board of Building and Safety Commissioners.
If you are being evicted, ANAND LAW will evaluate your situation to deteremine all valid defenses you may have. Such defenses include breach of the warranty of habitability and breach of the implied warranty of fitness. We will also determine if you have viable causes of action that should be asserted against your landlord in a separate civil action. Thirdly, we will ensure that you are afforded the greatest possible time to move out and may even be able to secure money from your landlord to assist in the moving process. The requirements of a “3-Day Notice” are strictly adhered to by the California courts. If you have received such a notice, do not delay in contacting an attorney as each day is critical. Oftentimes, landlords have not complied with the statutory requirements and ANAND LAW is able to defeat the action on that basis.
If you are in a building controlled by the City of Los Angeles’ Rent Stablization Ordinance (RSO or “rent-control”), we can assist you with ensuring that you receive relocation benefits if you are so-enetitled.