Landlord-Tenant Disputes

Matters involving landlord-tenant disputes are considered civil matters, providing no physical or violent crimes have occurred. Mere disagreements or arguments need to be handled in a civil court of law.

Frequently, the Azusa Police Department receives calls regarding landlord-tenant disputes. Although we do not become involved in these types of cases, we wish to provide some resources for those experiencing these types of issues:

Online Resources

State of California
Department of Consumer Affairs

Consumer Information Division
1625 North Market Blvd.,
Suite N 112
Sacramento, CA 95834
(800) 952-5210

County of Los Angeles
Department of Consumer Affairs
500 W. Temple St.
Room B96
Los Angeles, CA 90012
(800) 593-8222


landlordbookCheck out this great publication produced by the California Department of Consumer Affairs. This guide is excellent for both landlords and tenants. It addresses topics such as:

  • Rental agreements and leases
  • Tenants basic legal rights
  • Disclosures
  • Security deposits
  • Repairs by landlords
  • Refund of security deposits
  • Terminations and evictions
  • Arbitration and mediation

This booklet is free and available for download here on our website by clicking the link below!


pdfCalifornia Tenants And Landlords Rights and Responsibilities

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