Bruce gave an example to someone who bought a property and found out it had been re-encrypted by someone who had just moved in. This is something Dennis said he sees all the time. The scenario is that you have an empty house that you want to sell, and if you come to the property, you see a family living there. The person says they are the tenant and pay the rent. Then the landlord will say that he is the owner and that he will wonder to whom the rent is paid. They will then tell who they are paying the rent to and that they have a lease. Your first thought will be to call the police because people are entering your home. The police will get away with it, interrogate people, and in most cases, the police will do nothing. You will say that it is a civil matter. People will call Dennis, and his company will drop off an illegal prisoner.
In this particular case, he is referred to as a violent prisoner, so Dennis must undergo a regular case of deportation to drive someone out of your own possessions. It would be as if someone went into a bank and robbed it, and the owner of the bank had to go through a legal process just to evict the person from the bank. That`s crazy. If the buyer intends to move in immediately, the aforementioned property would not be the one for him. What you can do is buy back. You would say that you know that you have rented the property for a year and when they can stay; but tell them that if they went until the end of the month, you would do something in exchange for them. This would depend on the value of the property and should be a mutual agreement between the parties, when they will withdraw and the amount they will pay upon early termination. Newsoms Executive Order allows local governments to prohibit landlords from distributing tenants who are suffering from a COVID-19 shortfall.
But its directive and many local moratoriums do not extend protection to other reasons for eviction, such as a landlord who claims to be harassed or contrary to another rental agreement. Landlord groups have begun telling their members to stop distributing tenants, cancel planned rent increases, and waive late non-payment fees, all previously unthinkable proposals from homeowners who have spent tens of millions of dollars to block government and local voting measures to expand rent control. When marijuana laws began in California, the hype was that people would only need it for three purposes: terminal cancer, AIDs, or glaucoma. That`s all. 99.9% of people with the license don`t really have this problem, they just want to smoke marijuana. People write laws, and it`s hard to manage them. Dennis said that when dealing with people, sometimes he has to be smart and find out where they are. Sometimes he sees a fake lease and, for example, he sets a date of 1992 if the copyright of the lease is 2002. Rental brake problems are used as a sword rather than a shield, because people manipulate them. Bruce asked if he had rented a property to anyone and a few months later he had to leave the property. He asked if he had the right to do so or would the tenant have more control here? His example here is that if you rent a property for a year, the tenant moves in, then you have to sell the property due to an emergency situation. Bruce wondered if you had the right to sell it.
Dennis said the owner has every right to sell the property, but unfortunately they sell the property with a one-year lease.