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What is the process for getting rid of personal belongings

What is the process for getting rid of personal belongings left after a legal UD eviction in the state of California? We have obtained writ of possession and the Sheriff's office has delivered the notice of eviction. We assume, knowing the sot of tenant she was, she'll walk out leaving a house full of refuse and junk - an old refrigerator, washer and a satellite dish. When can we dispose of this trah so we can begin repairs and clean up? Are we require to store any of it and, if so, for how long and under what conditions under Caliornia State Law?

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I manage a property in Vallejo CA. I sent a 30 day rent

I manage a property in Vallejo CA.I sent a 30 day rent increase notice to tenant by certified mail.The mail was returned because the tenant refused it.What should I do to make the rent increase effective?

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Still typing question. California, No. The rental contract

Still typing question.JA: Because laws vary from state to state, could you tell me what state is this in?Customer: CaliforniaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: No.JA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: The rental contract says that tenant will maintain yard and premises. We hired a yard man to clean up and deducted the $260 he charged from the $800 deposit. They are protesting. They have moved to Virginia.JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: This is California. It is not an employment issue.

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If you 't settle community property in a divorce how can you

If you don't settle community property in a divorce how long can you wait to do it. So if I divorced six years ago can my x do anything now?

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Car accident Briefly, My car was struck and totaled, the

car accidentBriefly, My car was struck and totaled, the other driver has been found at fault.1) Can I claim car rental costs as part of my damages?2) Can I claim car rental costs without renting a car, because I couldn't afford it?3) I missed two day of work dealing with situation, can I claim lost wages even though I wasn't the driver in my car?

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Can a parent transfer their 50% interest of community

Can a parent transfer their 50% interest of community property to their child? This is regarding a single family residence in the state of California. Is there a law that pertains to this. I have been told that Civil Code 683.2 would reflect this to be true. But my lawyer is unsure that is correct.

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Ray

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I have a landlord/tenant issue. I have rented the landlords

I have a landlord/tenant issue. I have rented the landlords condo for 7 years now; last 3 years on a month to month basis....no lease.....the landlord has notified me by phone that I will need to move by 09/01/2016 be cause he needs the residence for his inlaws. My questions are what are my rights; how much time is the landlord required to provide; should he provide this in writing and what should the notice state.

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Roger

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To Mr. Fix: The sentence "There are some narrow

To Mr. Fix:The sentence "There are some narrow exceptions to the rule, but the possibility of you driving unrestricted or without a certain license required doesn't fall under that. ..please clarify

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Bill Fix

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In 2015, a judge in Santa Cruz CA issued restraining orders

In 2015, a judge in Santa Cruz CA issued restraining orders against me to two "pastors" that lied under oath. The basis of the orders were that I had applied for a job at a Starbucks which I believe is federally protected activity. I can prove that the "pastors" lied under oath but I'm concerned that I'm up against a corrupt system and that my civil rights have been violated. I have no interest in wasting time and money to argue with judges that did not care about my rights. But I can't find help on the issue. Any suggestions?JA: Because employment law varies from place to place, can you tell me what state this is in?Customer: CaliforniaJA: Have you talked to a lawyer yet?Customer: I can't find oneJA: Anything else you think the lawyer should know?Customer: NoJA: OK. Got it. I'm sending you to a secure page on JustAnswer so you can place the $5 fully-refundable deposit now. While you're filling out that form, I'll tell the Lawyer about your situation and then connect you two.

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