Landlord may dispose of abandon personal property worth less than $700.00. California law now provides that the value of personal property left behind by a tenant after the tenant vacates the property that the landlord must sell at a public auction (rather than dispose of or retain for his or her own use) has been increase from $300.00 to $700.00. This bill was authored by Roger Franklin.
Everyone in my office is fully vaccinated against COVID-19. However, due to the ominous data on other virus variants, my office will continue our policy of not accepting in-person office consultations until it is safe to do so as directed by the CDC. However, my office remains open for telephone consultations. If needed, virtual consultations via Zoom are available to ARAG and MetLife members and current clients only. Due to the recently relaxed COVID-19 restrictions, my office is now open for trust and will signings, but you must be fully vaccinated and masks and social distancing are still required.