Landlord Giving Us A 3 Day Pay Or Quit Notice

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  1. omninicksmith

    omninicksmith Law Topic Starter New Member

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    I Have Started A Limited Civil Case Against My Lanlord For Not Fixing Anything In Our Apartment Since We Lived Here In November. I Had Also Had The Enviromental Health And Safety Inspector Of Long Beach Come And Inspect Our Apartment. Last Week We Had The Sheriffs Office Server Our Aprtment With The Papers. We Where Told By Renters Rights To Stop Paying Rent And Which We Have For The Past 2 Months. This Past Saturday We Had Gotten A 3 Day Pay Or Quit Notice And We Where Wondering If We Can Still Be Evicted? My Court Date Is August 25th Of This Year. I Need Help Can Someone Let Me Know What I Should Do. Thanks, Nicholas Smith
     
  2. jacksgal

    jacksgal Super Moderator

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    Are you sure you totally understood when you were told to not pay rent!? Yes your Landlord has valid eviction. You failed to pay rent. Long before you took this action you should have talked to people in the know. You can find most any answer about CA rent regulations at the link I have provided here


    http://www.dca.ca.gov/publications/landlordbook/index.shtml
     
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    janice_hogg New Member

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    late fees

    I have all of my rent.But, I do not have my late fees and my landlord has filed
    eviction on me.Can I be evicted for late fees and court cost?
     
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    Can I be evicted for late fees?
     
  5. jacksgal

    jacksgal Super Moderator

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    Late fees are part of your rent so I would assume yes
     
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