Protecting The Rights Of Landlords In Commercial Unlawful Detainer Cases

Leasing property is a business. At the Walker Law Firm, we recognize that the bottom line is as important as the continued flow of business. We understand the disruption to a business caused by a commercial tenant's failure to pay rent. While California unlawful detainer proceedings provide expedited relief for commercial landlords seeking to evict a tenant, these proceedings are complex and involve strict filing deadlines and notice requirements.

At the Walker Law Firm, our Orange County real estate attorneys provide sophisticated legal counsel to landlords with commercial property in Orange and Riverside Counties. We provide efficient and effective representation in preparation for and throughout the duration of commercial property unlawful detainer actions (commercial property evictions) in Southern California.

Quality, Professional Service For Landlords

California laws require proper notice be given to tenants prior to commencement of an unlawful detainer action. Our law firm prepares and submits proper notice to pay rent or quit or notice to cure breach or quit upon the tenant. Following a three-day response period, we proceed with filing a thorough complaint that initiates the unlawful detainer (eviction) proceeding. Because unlawful detainer actions involving commercial property are summary proceedings in California, the process moves and is resolved quickly, returning possession of the property to the landlord. The experience of our attorneys has proven effective in helping clients avoid delays in eviction proceedings.

Our unlawful detainer practice generally involves landlords with ownership in strip mall properties, industrial buildings, and small retail spaces. We do not accept cases involving residential unlawful detainers.

Our lawyers are committed to restoring rightful possession of commercial property with landlords in Orange and Riverside Counties, enabling these business professionals to lease new tenants and restore business.

Contact Our Commercial Real Estate Lawyers

For prompt and effective legal counsel in commercial unlawful detainer proceedings in Southern California, contact our Riverside County and Orange County attorneys.