Changes to California’s Unlawful Detainer Action Response Times

California Governor Jerry Brown recently signed into law Assembly Bill 2343, amending Sections 1161 and 1167 of the California Code of Civil Procedure to give tenants more time to respond to notices and summons in connection with unlawful detainer eviction proceedings. Under current California law governing unlawful detainer actions: A tenant has three calendar days following receipt of the landlord’s notice to cure a lease violation (e.g. pay rent or any other breach of lease) or vacate the leased premises. A tenant has five calendar days following service of summons (personal service) to respond to an eviction lawsuit (i.e., an unlawful
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We are excited to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website

The Law Office of James Blucker is thrilled to announce the launch of our completely redesigned law firm website. This new website highlights our highly qualified attorneys and provides visitors with an interactive, user-friendly experience that makes it easy to get in touch with us to evaluate potential new business.
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