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When you have unwanted tenants you need to get rid of ASAP, Fast Eviction Service helps protect your property investments by completing the eviction in the fastest time possible.

We can start the same day you contact us preparing the correct preliminary California eviction notice, and take care of the entire process all the way through the Unlawful Detainer procedure. Using professional, well-trained staff equipped with the latest computer systems, we specialize in properly handling all the legal paperwork and filing with the court in order to save you time and money providing you unmatched landlord legal services.

Here are the answers to landlord’s most frequently asked questions about the California eviction process.

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How To Evict A Tenant In California – Legally And Fast!

What every landlord must know about evicting unwanted tenants as quickly as possible to cut your losses. Avoid the most common mistakes landlords make that cost you time, frustration – and money! Read more…

What Are Landlord Rights?

The good news is eighty to one hundred percent of landlords prevail in court with eviction lawsuits – Provided they do everything exactly right! Read more…

Define Eviction

What is an Unlawful Detainer? Read more…

What Are The Reasons For Eviction?

Typical reasons include non-payment of rent or other fees pursuant to the rental or lease agreement – which can be utilities, late fees and other fees besides rent. Causing a nuisance for other tenants, or acquisition of a property at a foreclosure sale are other common reasons for eviction. Read more…

What Is The California Eviction Process?

Here is the road map of the process in California and how to respond at the critical crossroads if tenants chose to contest the eviction or declare bankruptcy. Read more…

What Is An Eviction Notice?

An eviction notice is the first step of the eviction process. It’s a written letter to comply or vacate – or a straight written notice to vacate. Serving an Eviction Notice enables you to legally file an Unlawful Detainer in a court of law against the tenant. Read more…

How Many Days Notice For Eviction?

It depends upon the reason for eviction and the length of the tenant’s occupancy. The most common lengths are 3 Day, 30 and 60 Days Notices. Read more…

How To Serve An Eviction Notice

There are three ways of serving a notice to the tenant: 1) Personal serving 2) Sub-serving, or 3) By posting a copy on the door and mailing. Read more…

How To File An Eviction Notice

A copy of the Eviction Notice served to the tenant is then later filed with the court as an exhibit with your Unlawful Detainer complaint. The copy of the notice served to the tenant and then filed with court is the basis of your legal claim. Read more…

How Long Does It Take To Evict A Tenant?

How many days from the time the case is filed all depends upon the type of notice served and depending upon the California County you are in. The process usually runs from thirty five to ninety days depending upon whether or not the tenant contests the eviction. Read more…

How Much Does It Cost To Evict Someone?

Fast Eviction Service’s fees generally range from $605 and up – depending upon the county and amount of litigation involved if the tenant contests or declares bankruptcy. Read more…

Why Is Fast Eviction Service The Best Way To Evict Someone?

It is always advisable to get the best attorneys and legal help evicting an unwanted tenant and Fast Eviction Service has specialized in Unlawful Detainers since 1979 with over 100,000 cases completed to date. We specialize in Eviction Law and Collection Law and are in complete control with our own process servers, so the turn around time on serving which is the biggest hold up with any eviction is 24 to 72 hours.

Fast Eviction Service has a full staff so there is always someone here to answer your questions. We are open until 5:30 on weekdays and are also open on Saturdays. We understand the importance of making our clients feel comfortable and satisfied during the eviction process. Therefore, a specialist can be contacted with any questions or concerns during our business hours.

We handle a high volume of cases on a daily basis and are constantly monitoring your cases to provide you with the fastest and most efficient legal service possible. The average uncontested eviction results in possession of your property in approximately 30 days depending on the county.

Should you have any further questions regarding our landlord eviction services, please do not hesitate to call us at (800) 686-8686. One of our professionals would be happy to be of service to you.

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