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Definition- a process servant is a person who delivers legal documents to a defendant or person involved in a court date. The process of how to do this is determined by process serving laws of the state the other party to the lawsuit is being served in. A process servant must deliver actual evidence that the legal papers were served.…Read More

Definition- service of process is the procedure by which a party to a lawsuit gives an appropriate notice of initial legal action to another party, court, or administrative body in an effort to exercise jurisdiction over that person so as to enable that person to respond to the proceeding before the court. What It Really Means to conduct Serve of…Read More

Definition- a security deposit is a deposit of money to the landlord to ensure that rent will be paid and other responsibilities of the lease are performed (e.g., paying for damage caused by the tenant). A security deposit must be returned to the tenant within a fixed time after the termination of the tenancy. However, unpaid rent and any necessary…Read More

Definition- a Writ of Possession is a document issued by the court after a landlord wins an unlawful detainer lawsuit. The writ is served upon the tenant by the sheriff and informs the tenant that the tenant must leave the rental property by a certain time period, or they will be forcibly removed.   What a Writ of Possession Really…Read More

Definition- unlawful detainer refers to the unjustifiable retention or keeping possession of real property by one whose original entry or possession was lawful. What It Really Means Unlawful detainer occurs when a tenant, who was allowed to be in possession of a property, maintains possession of that property past the time period in which they were allowed to. Example Terry…Read More

Definition – Ejectment is the process of evicting a person from a property. This type of action occurs when there is no lease or landlord/tenant relationship, but the “tenant” claims to have some sort of right to the property.   What It Really Means to Have an Ejectment Action An ejectment action is what the owner of a property must…Read More

Definition- an eviction is when a landlord forces a tenant to move out. This is done via an eviction action, which is made up of five steps: 1) tenant gets a written notice to vacate; 2) tenant is served with a summons and complaint, delivered by a sheriff or other authorized process server; 3) tenant is allowed to respond; 4)…Read More

As a small business attorney, I am in a unique position to see all of the ways a business can, and does, go wrong. In their infancy, small businesses, are nearly always started by starry eyed entrepreneurs looking through rose colored glasses. Fresh with a new idea, new business owners are quick to go online and file for an LLC,…Read More

Definition- Per-stirpes is Latin for “by roots,” and refers to every person down a family tree beginning from another person. Under this system, eeach branch of the family is to receive an equal share of an estate. If an heir in the first generation of a branch predeceases the decedent, the share will be distributed among that heir’s children in…Read More

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