Landlord Tenant Law

Now that 2020 is finally here, there is a new rent increase law all San Diego landlords should be aware of. With the new tenant protection laws now in effect, many California rental properties are now subject to a rent cap. Specifically, the new rent...

As 2019 comes to an end, there are many new laws that will have a significant impact on California landlords, including the Just Cause Eviction law. On January 1, 2020, Just Cause Eviction will take effect. This means, in order to evict a tenant from...

Tenancy has taken on a whole new meaning in not only San Diego, but all of California. That’s because with new laws like AB-1482 most residential tenancies will be covered by some form of rent and eviction control. In fact words, starting in 2020, the...

A holdover tenant is a renter who remains in a property after the expiration of their lease. A holdover tenant situation arises when a tenant stays without the landlord’s consent. The only difference between a holdover tenant and trespasser is that the tenant entered the rental property legally. However, be...