Eviction Services for San Diego County and Southwest Riverside County
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Phase 3: Contested Eviction

A Contested Eviction is where the defendant files a responsive pleading, i.e. Answer, Motion to Dismiss, Motion to Quash, or Demurrer. In these matters, motions will need to be opposed and a trial date will need to be set. Phase 3-Contested Prepare 3 Day Notice...
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Phase 3: Contested Eviction

After filing the unlawful detainer with the court, the tenant then has a period of 10-15 days to respond. If the tenant responds and decides to fight the case, this becomes a contested eviction. A trial date is set, and the property manager needs to...
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Phase 2: Uncontested Eviction

If the tenant fails to respond after the 10-15 day period from the Unlawful Detainer filing date with the court, then the case becomes an uncontested eviction. There is no need for a trial date to be set, shortening the eviction process in most cases....
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Phase 1: Voluntary Vacate Eviction Services

What is a Voluntary Vacate? Smart Tenants know, if they vacate the premises and turn over the keys to the landlord, they will not have an Eviction Judgment against them. We will file a dismissal and you will have the property restored to you. Phase...
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