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Understanding the Impact of Bankruptcy Law on Writs of Possession When They Cross Paths

eviction and bankruptcy.jpgWhen you stay in possession of an apartment or leased property after the expiration or termination of the lease, and you refuse to leave, your conduct, in the eyes of the law, is defined as an unlawful detainer. These actions are common when the landlord of the property is attempting to evict tenants that do not pay rent or expose the property or other tenants to danger. Landlords are required to use this process because under California law, they are not permitted to engage in any self-help remedies to remove a tenant who refuses to leave.

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