Recently, we had another big win on behalf of one of our clients who was fighting an unlawful detainer action filed against him by Freddie Mac. Freddie Mac had their attorneys’ verify the unlawful detainer complaint. We then filed a motion to strike the complaint based on valid California case law . We won the motion and had the complaint dismissed. Freddie Mac, rather than filing a new complaint, decided to do a motion to reconsider the court’s ruling. That motion was held early this week and the court denied Freddie Mac’s motion to reconsider. As a result, the complaint remained dismissed based on the attorney verification of the complaint.
In the first week of July Schorr Law will be publishing its ebook on how to defend unlawful detainers in California. We expand on attorney verification issues in this book.
For help with your unlawful detainer, contact Schorr Law, APC, www.schorr-law.com, email@example.com, 310-954-1877.