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tenant eviction is a legalized process that a landlord uses to remove a tenant from a rental unit. There are different reasons that may force a landlord to evict a tenant and they include: Failure to pay rent within the agreed upon period as stipulated in the lease or rental agreement. A tenant continues to occupy a unit without renewing their rental agreement or lease. Tenant damages property due to negligence and carelessness. Having unauthorized tenants in a rental property. Keeping pets in a rental unit even though the lease says pets are prohibited. Being a nuisance and causing disturbance to neighbors. Using the rental unit for criminal activities.”
Civvl is attempting to marry the gig economy with the financial devastation of a pandemic, complete with signature gig economy startup language like “be your own boss,” and “flexible hours,” and “looking for self-motivated individuals with positive attitudes:” Is this some kind of joke? Apparently, it is not. Check out Civvl’s website at They seem like they are for real!
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During these uncertain times, open houses are not permitted under California law – leading you to brainstorm different ways to show your property. Consider individual showings instead – you can meet applicants one-on-one and they will feel more comfortable, while also having more time to see the ins and outs of their potential new home.
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Leaks are the first topic to tackle with your toilets, particularly so-called “silent leaks” caused by worn flappers. This easily fixable issue can waste up to 30 gallons of water each day without you or your tenants even knowing there is a problem. Luckily, there is a simple way to find out if you have one of these silent leaks. Just place a few drops of food coloring into your toilet’s tank and wait 10 minutes. If the dye shows up in the bowl, you have a leak that can most likely be repaired simply by replacing the flapper.
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