Receivership Remedy for Illegal Marijuana Dispensaries in California

In California, a Health and Safety Receivership is an effective option to resolve code enforcement issues with residential and commercial properties. Health and Safety Receiverships commonly deal with substandard or abandoned properties when property owners fail to comply with code enforcement or when there is a threat to the health and safety of residents or the surrounding community. While receivership may not initially sound like a resource for illegally-operating marijuana facilities, the illegal sale of marijuana likely constitutes a nuisance pursuant to the California health and safety code and can be a threat to the health and safety of the surrounding community and/or businesses. The Receivership Remedy can resolve complex issues that arise with rogue marijuana dispensaries as dispensaries become more and more common and the industry continues to inflate.

Griswold Law Presents Donation to San Diego's Alpha Project

Griswold Law, along with co-counsel JCL Law Firm, recently achieved a class action settlement on behalf of a class of San Diego County individuals that suffered illegal treatment as motel/apartment occupants.  The class members were subject to a variation of the "28-day shuffle" policy, unlawfully utilized by some motels/apartments in California.  As a part of the court-approved class action settlement, we were honored to present a $75,881.50 "cy pres" donation to Alpha Project in San Diego.  We presented the check to Alpha Project at the grand opening ceremony of their beautiful new project (Alpha Square) in downtown San Diego on November 18, 2015.  The building will provide 203 brand-new units for the homeless population in San Diego!!

Legal Protection for Long-Term Motel Guests in California

Housing options for low-income California individuals are thin.  Without the financial means to provide both a security deposit and first month's rent and/or without sufficient credit history to qualify for tenancy, low-income individuals face challenging circumstances when making housing decisions.   Many times, individuals and families are forced to consider residential hotels and motels.  Some of these hotels and motels are decent options.  Unfortunately, others are operated illegally and violate the rights of California residents.

The Difference Between a Hotel Guest and a California Tenant: Substantial Legal Distinction

Legal Rights of a Long-Term Guest of a Residential Hotel in California

Security Deposits, Part IV – Options if the landlord refuses to return the deposit

Our final blog post in the series on security deposits will discuss a tenant’s options if he or she feels their landlord is wrongfully deducting or withholding the security deposit after move-out.


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