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Cash for Keys Offer Agreement Letter Form Template Sample

Cash for Keys Offer & Agreement [Letter Form Template Sample]

Cash for Keys Offer Letter & Cash for Keys Agreement Given our current economic conditions and legal constraints, many landlords are unable to effectively proceed with an unlawful detainer (eviction) while many renters are undergoing financial distress that causes them to be unable to move or pay rent. Many landlords have decided to offer cash … Read More

Mitigation Damages Breach Lease Contract Green v Smith California Attorney Lawyer

Mitigation of Damages in Breach of Lease & Contract [California Definition Green v. Smith]

Mitigation of Damages Affirmative Defense to Breach of Lease & Contract in California Parties to contracts should be aware of the duty to mitigate damages by all parties, including landlords. This includes damages for unpaid rent that becomes due after the breach of a lease. This doctrine of mitigation of damages, often called a duty … Read More

Coronavirus Lease Termination Letter Sample Form Contract Breach

12 Tricks to Terminate a Student Lease at UCR due to Coronavirus Force Majeure [UC Riverside]

How to Terminate Your Lease at University Village Towers, GrandMarc At University Village, University Riverside Gardens, The Palms on University, & Highlander At North Campus at UC Riverside As the official, volunteer real estate lawyers for the Associated Students of UC Riverside Legal Clinic, we have been inundated with questions from UCR students who signed … Read More

Coronavirus Lease Termination Letter Sample Form Contract Breach

Lease Termination Letter [Free Sample Template Coronavirus Force Majeure Frustration of Purpose Impracticability]

How to Write a Lease Termination Letter Early Lease Termination Due to Coronavirus Pandemic, Force Majeure, Frustration of Purpose, Impracticability of Performance, Impossibility of Performance Are you trying to terminate your lease without breaching a contract due to interruptions related to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Luckily, the Coronavirus pandemic has created a unique situation that … Read More

Coronavirus Eviction for Health & Safety - Three-Day Notice to Quit [Free Form Template Letter]

Coronavirus Eviction for Health & Safety – Three-Day Notice to Quit [Free Form Template Letter]

How To Evict a Tenant During the Coronavirus Pandemic For Violations of Public Health & Safety Under California Law While evictions for failure to pay rent are on hold during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, unlawful detainers are still being heard in California courts when “necessary to protect public health and safety.” This rule under Rules … Read More

Coronavirus Force Majeure Contract Lease Termination

Coronavirus Force Majeure Cancellation of Contract Sample Letter [Free Template]

Force Majeure Letter Requesting Termination of Contract due to Coronavirus Pandemic Updated Letter – Lease Termination Letter [Free Sample Template Coronavirus Force Majeure Frustration of Purpose Impracticability] – Click Here. Are you trying to get out of your lease or otherwise breach and terminate a contract due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Luckily, the Coronavirus … Read More

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