Real Estate Jukebox: Danger Zone: Landlords Need To Act Quickly After Eviction

GOOD NEWS: A landlord wins its unlawful detainer case, and the court enters a judgment for possession in favor of the landlord.

BAD NEWS: The landlord finds itself liable for an injury that occurred in the leased premises after entry of the judgment for possession but before the landlord regained actual possession of the premises, despite the fact that the injury was the result of a dangerous condition of which the landlord had no knowledge.

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Allen Matkins Leck Gamble Mallory & Natsis LLP on:

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