Every California landlord and residential property manager needs The California Landlord's Law Book: Rights a Responsibilities. For over 25 years, the definitive guide for landlords in the Golden State has clearly and comprehensively covered everything you need to know about: security deposits leases and rental agreements property managers habitability liability lead paint discrimination rent control terminations and evictions and much more This edition includes up-to-date information on landlord-tenant laws, including new California requirements that landlords provide tenants with details on how and where rent is to be paid before terminating for nonpayment of rent, and new language on notice of entry and termination forms regarding tenant rights as to abandoned property. Plus you get access to a unique web page on nolo.com where you can instantly download more than 40 forms, including a lease and rental agreement, tailored to meet California law. Check out Every Landlord's Legal Guide.Make a noteaas specific as possibleaon items that are not working or are in bad condition. ... Repair/ Replacementaaare for use when the tenant moves out and you need to make deductions from the security deposit for items that need to be repaired, cleaned, or replaced. ... A move-in letter should dovetail with the lease or rental agreement (see Chapter 2) but cover day-to-day issues, such as how andanbsp;...
|Title||:||California Landlord's Lawbook, The: Rights & Responsibilities|
|Author||:||David Brown, Ralph Warner, Janet Portman|
|Publisher||:||Nolo - 2015-03-19|