Emotions and stress can run high during landlord-tenant issues, often resulting in legal action. It is understandable that both sides of these disputes have a deep investment in the rental property. A landlord may rely on the rental income to repay a loan, fix issues with the property or use it for other investments. A tenant has right of possession of this property as his or her home. Too much interference by a landlord may feel like a violation of privacy.
At the Law Offices of Keith Banks, we understand the complexities of landlord-tenant law. We represent both parties with residential evictions and other matters, helping to obtain resolutions as efficiently and cost-effectively as possible.
Services For Landlords
- Evictions: We offer a range of services to landlords seeking to repossess their property. From drafting the required notices to offering in-court representation, we know how the process works and how to comply with all of the requirements.
- Rental/Lease Contract Review And Advice: A clear, unambiguous and legal rental contract is the best tool a landlord can have. Not only can it minimize the conflict with tenants over unclear lease terms, but it can increase the chances of you succeeding in an eviction action. We can help ensure that your lease complies with California regulations and is clearly written so that all parties understand their rights and responsibilities
Services For Tenants
The Law Offices of Keith Banks defends tenants against eviction actions. We can provide the advice and resources you need to represent yourself or you can hire us for full court representation. We also can write letters to landlords to mediate agreements and halt eviction actions and help to keep an eviction off your credit report.
We are dedicated to providing tenants with the knowledge necessary to understand their rental rights and obligations under California law. To that effect, the Law Offices of Keith Banks is developing free seminars covering the rights and responsibilities tenants have under California law.
Contact us at 530-725-5388 or send a message online to discuss your situation and how we can help.