Landlord Tenant Law California
Landlord Tenant Law California provides details regarding the landlord tenant relationship in California . It also provides information regarding the rules and regulations that govern this relationship. Both the tenant and the landlord have to follow these rules, failing which action can be taken. The rules regarding landlord tenant relationship varies from state to state. The rules governing tenants and landlords in California does not allow for any sort of discrimination. In other words, the landlord or property manager cannot refuse the right of residency based on sex, gender, race, age, disability, marital status or even sexual orientation.
Rules are very strict when it relates to drug pedaling. A landlord must evict a drug-dealing tenant. If he fails to do so, he or she could lose the property to the government. If a landlord does not return the security deposit on time, he can be sued for breach of contract. Landlord Tenant Law California allows the tenant to claim punitive damages if the deposit is withheld in bad faith.
On the other hand, if a tenant does not vacate the house after the termination of the lease, or if the tenant refuses to pay the rent, Landlord Tenant Law California allows the landlord the right to evict the tenant.
Apart from all these, it is binding upon the landlord to provide proper water supply, heating systems and proper electric and plumbing facilities, which meet certain standards or codes. The landlord has to maintain the premises properly. The tenant, on his part has to keep the rental unit in proper conditions, without causing any damage.
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