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California Tenant Rights Lawyers

Serving Residents in Los Angeles & Ventura County

Tenants have rights. By California law and city code, landlords are obligated to provide housing that satisfies certain standards and they must follow rules for eviction, relocation, and return of your security deposit. If you have been mistreated by a landlord or a management company, we are prepared to work for you to get you the compensation that you deserve.


At the Law Office of Robert L. Starr we represent tenants, not landlords, in matters involving unlawful eviction, illegal rent increases, and failure to maintain proper living conditions. To schedule a free consultation, E-Mail our office or call 818-225-9040.

Take Action Against Landlords & Property Management Companies

If your tenant rights are being violated by the apartment manager or property owner, it is important that you know you have the right to act. We encourage you to speak with a lawyer about your rights and what can be done about issues affecting your living situation in an apartment or rented house.  Typical illegal practices include:


Your Health May Be at Stake

Health and safety issues can be present in property improperly maintained by management companies and landlords. If your rental has peeling lead paint, mold, broken windows, sewer / sewage problems, rodents (mice & rats), or insects such as cockroaches, and your landlord or property manager has not fixed these problems - speak with an experienced attorney as soon as possible.

Are You Living in a Registered Rental Unit?

Many landlords are not following the City of Los Angeles rules regarding registering rental condominiums and apartments built before 1979 with the housing department. If you are renting or have rented an unregistered property that should be registered, you may be due money since your rent increases and security deposit handling may have been unlawful.

You are Protected Against Retaliation

Property owners, management companies, and landlords do not have the right to retaliate against you because you have reported an alleged violation. If you have taken an action against them, they cannot use that as a reason to raise your rent, withhold services, threaten eviction or do anything else to intimidate you to settle or move out.

Consultations are Free - Contact Us Today

If you have questions about an issue with your landlord, contact our firm. We are happy to discuss your situation over the phone or in person. Call 818-225-9040.


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