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Assisting Low-Income Landlords in Unlawful Detainer Actions - Recorded: 11/17/15

Assisting Low-Income Landlords in Unlawful Detainer Actions - Recorded: 11/17/15

Assisting Low-Income Landlords in Unlawful Detainer Actions - Recorded: 11/17/15

Peggy Chang, Clifford Fried, & Matthew Quiring
Peggy Chang, Clifford Fried, & Matthew Quiring
on behalf of Alameda County Bar Association

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Launch date: 09 May 2017

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Last updated: 26 May 2017

Reference: 181239

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This course is only available to trainees days after purchase. It would need to be repurchased by the trainee if not completed in the allotted time period. This course is no longer available. You will need to repurchase if you wish to take the course again.

Description

Join the ACBA Real Estate Section and the ACBA Volunteer Legal Services Corporation for this two-part training series on handling an unlawful detainer action from client intake through trial.

Topics covered include:
• notice
• complaint
• settlement
• recovery of possession
• judgment
• sheriff’s involvement
• pretrial preparation and trial

VLSC administers a weekly clinic to assist low-income landlords with eviction matters. Our low-income landlord clients are generally elderly individuals or homeowners whose sole asset is their home. Typically, they’ve rented out a room to help make ends meet, and issues arise leading to the need for an eviction. Note that all VLSC clients are carefully screened for income eligibility.

Refreshments will be provided for this program. However, due to limited resources specific dietary requirements cannot be accommodated. Registration begins at 5:00 p.m. each day.

Recorded: 11/17/15

Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Understand how to handle an unlawful detainer action from client intake through trial.
Peggy Chang, Clifford Fried, & Matthew Quiring

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Peggy Chang, Clifford Fried, & Matthew Quiring
on behalf of Alameda County Bar Association

Peggy Chang is a partner in Buresh, Kaplan, Feller & Chang, a boutique real estate firm located in Berkeley, California. Ms. Chang has been working with landlords in the Bay Area for over 25 years, helping to defend them against lawsuits brought by tenants and former tenants. She has been volunteering in the Low Income Landlord clinic for the past year.

Bar ID: 144364

Clifford Fried has been practicing real estate and business law for over 25 years with a reputation for effective, high quality representation. Named one of the top real estate attorneys in Northern California by Law & Politics and San Francisco Magazines. Mr. Fried has established himself as a leader in the field of leasing, landlord tenant law and rent control. Mr. Fried's practice focuses on representing clients in trial and appellate courts, at mediations and arbitrations, and in hearings before various administrative agencies such as rent boards, planning and labor commissions. He represents both small-time property owners and large owners such as insurance companies and national REITs.

Bar ID: 118288

Matthew Quiring is an associate attorney at Fried & Williams LLP, the Chair of the ACBA Real Estate Section Executive Committee, and a supervising attorney and volunteer at the VLSC Low-Income Landlord Clinic since 2009. Low Income Landlords Speaker.

Bar ID: 261421

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • State Bar of California
  • 5.00 Hours

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