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Below are selected websites from reliable sources, vetted by our Law Librarians. This is not an exhaustive list of information available on this topic, but a starting point to provide you with basic information. Need help? Contact us directly for all your research needs at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 619-531-3900.
Check out these great titles, all available remotely. To access, follow the instructions on the database page. Then click search by publication and select your title, or browse by topic.
2021 Eviction Laws and Common Misperceptions (MCLE)
This class provides an overview of the current landlord/tenant eviction process and highlight some of the common misperceptions regarding the laws in California. Judge Álvarez will share her insight on this subject based on her experience as an Unlawful Detainer judge.
Gale California Legal Forms Library is full of letter templates and forms for landlords and tenants, facing a myriad of situations. Access for free at the library computer terminals, or remotely as a borrower. Access here.
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Involved in a landlord tenant dispute and looking for a motion example? Trellis is the place to go! Borrowers can access this great database remotely and access is always free on our library terminals. Once you’ve logged in to Trellis, click the motion and issues tab, and scroll down to the landlord – tenant section. Access here.
The National Consumer Law Center is full of resources for those facing a landlord tenant dispute. Borrowers can access this database remotely, and access is always free on our library computer terminals. Access here. Titles include:
National Housing Law Project’s ebook title: HUD Housing Programs: Tenant’s Rights (known as the Greenbook)