Hello from Los Angeles, California,
- Once you buy at auction and the property is occupied, are you allowed to schedule an inspection of the property with 24 hours notice to occupants so you can get an idea of the rehab and the condition of the property before the occupants move out? What if the occupant is being hostile to that?
- If you file a 3 day notice or if a tenant 90 days and then the 3 days, and then a UD, is it possible to collect rent during the time you are waiting for the UD to be done and the sheriff to evict them, or would accepting rent change the timeline for the eviction and a judgement is really the only chance of collecting any rent?
- What if the occupants say they have a lease but are not showing it to you or you may think they are not telling the truth regarding it, or that the owner occupies the place too? If they don’t furnish it and/or proof it is them within a specified time, can you proceed with a 3 day notice instead of a 90 day?
I am in the process of finding an attorney if I need to evict, but I hope to handle the notice part and I was thinking posters here probably have as much accurate knowledge/experience, if not more, about these questions than an attorney might.