Beware of the Section 8 Lawsuit Trap! By Noni Richen

As the pandemic slowly winds down, we face numerous challenges in maintaining our property, often with reduced or even zero income to pay the bills.  The pandemic is winding down, but many of our members are still suffering. Some of us anticipate eventually receiving some government-funded relief after jumping through many hoops, including working with…

Groundhog Days of California Taxes By Jon Coupal

The “Hundred Years War” was a series of conflicts for control over Western Europe and England during the middle ages, circa 1337 to 1453. The relentless hostilities against California taxpayers by progressive politicians may not have a 100-year history, but it sure feels like it. In March, far-left legislators and their ideological allies proposed another…

Legal Q & A By Richard Beckman

Question 1:  Any updates on the state rental assistance program that you described in last month’s article? Answer 1:  To repeat part of that response, SB 91– christened the Tenant Relief Act – included, in addition to its provisions extending through June the eviction protections to tenants in rent default, a “State Rental Assistance Program”,…

Legal Q & A By Dennis Block

Question One: My tenant issued a 30-day notice to vacate in the middle of the month. My rent is due on the first.  On the first day of the following month, can I demand that the tenant pay a full month’s rent and then prorate the balance upon the day she vacates? Answer One: On…