The Landlord's Legal Guide in California
According to California law, the procedures governing landlords must be followed or you could be held liable to tenants for thousands of dollars in damages and attorney's fees.
The Landlord's Legal Guide in California clarifies the landlord/tenant laws in plain English so you can protect your rights as well as your investment. This book details how to confront difficult situations and deal with them in a professional manner. You will be provided with insight into the tenancy process along with forms, flowcharts and examples from actual cases to answer any questions that you may have about protecting your rights as a landlord.
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