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"Substantial Annoyance" as a Basis for Eviction

Park residents are constantly complaining to Park owners or management about how "annoying" their neighbors can be at times. Park owners can address the majority of these situations through friendly informal notices. However, if a homeowner or resident's conduct begins jeopardizing the quiet enjoyment, health or safety of other Park residents; swift action is required by the Park owner. Like other jurisdictions, California Civil Code ยง 798.56(b) authorizes termination of a homeowner or resident's tenancy for conduct constituting a "substantial annoyance to other homeowners or residents." Under the right situation, it can be one of the most effective tools available to a Park to ensure safety and security for its residents. This article will focus on the California requirements for terminating an "annoying" tenant in a Community.

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