If you own or manage rental properties, you have likely had your share of disputes with tenants. Perhaps someone has reported too much noise from one unit, someone does not clean up after a pet or a renter does not dispose of trash properly. However, if you are dealing with a tenant who is damaging your property, not paying rent or creating a nuisance for the rest of your renters, you may want to tell that person to get out now.
Unfortunately, there are certain rules to follow when evicting a tenant, and the law does not allow a landlord to kick out a renter without adhering to the process. In California and many other states, the law favors the tenant, and making a mistake can result in legal and financial trouble for you.