The California Landlord's Law Book: Rights and Responsibilities

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NOLO, Apr 27, 2009 - 608 pages
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The most comprehensive -- and easiest to use -- guide to California residential property management available.
Every California landlord and residential property manager needs "The California Landlord's Law Book: Rights & Responsibilities." The definitive guide for over 20 years, it clearly and comprehensively covers everything you need to know about:
security deposits
leases and rental agreements
lead paint
rent control
satellite dishes
and more
The book provides you with all the forms you need as tear-outs and on CD-ROM, including rental applications; leases and rental agreements 3-, 30-, 60- and 90-day notices -- and much more.
The 13th edition includes up-to-date landlord-tenant laws and forms, including new rules for terminating a tenancy. It also has updated rent control charts for 15 cities. All forms included as tear-outs and on CD-ROM.
Also available: "California Landlord's Law Book: Evictions"

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The California Dept. of Consumer Affairs actually cites this book: This citation is very helpful.

About the author (2009)

David Brownpractices law in the Monterey, California area, where he has represented both landlords and tenants in hundreds of court cases -- most of which he felt could have been avoided if both sides were more fully informed about landlord/tenant law. Brown, a graduate of Stanford University (chemistry) and the University of Santa Clara Law School, also teaches law at the Monterey College of Law and is the author of Fight Your Ticket (CA version), Beat Your Ticket (the national version), The Landlord's Law Book, Vol. 1: Rights and Responsibilities; The Landlord's Law Book, Vol. 2: Evictions and co-author of How to Change Your Name in California and The Guardianship Book for California.

Ralph "Jake" Warner,widely recognized as a pioneer of the do-it-yourself law movement, Warner founded Nolo with Ed Sherman in 1972. He began publishing do-it-yourself law books written by him and his colleagues after numerous publishers rejected them. Warner holds a law degree from Boalt Hall School of Law at the University of California at Berkeley and an undergraduate degree from Princeton.

As Nolo's managing editor, Portmanoversees editorial work on all Nolo books. She specializes in residential and commercial landlord/tenant law, legal issues related to courts, landlords and tenants, and neighbor disputes. She is the author or co-author of Every Landlord's Legal Guide, Every Landlord's Guide to Finding Great Tenants, Every Tenant's Legal Guide, Renters' Rights, Negotiate the Best Lease for Your Business, Leases & Rental Agreements, The California Landlord's Law Book and California Tenants' Rights. Portman received undergraduate and graduate degrees from Stanford University and a law degree from Santa Clara University. Before joining Nolo in 1994, she practiced law as a public defender.

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