A Strawberry Catch

A Strawberry Catch

California has plenty of amazing qualities. Some may focus on the beaches and Hollywood, others may be sitting by a roadside stand enjoying a bit of fresh produce. California has a huge agriculture industry within its fertile state lines. Between the oranges, artichokes, walnuts, kiwis, plums, celery, and garlic, California produces a lot of the […]

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California’s Eviction Process

California’s Eviction Process

While a landlord has the right to evict a tenant from a rental problem if that person is doing a great deal of property damage or has stopped paying their rent, California does expect that landlord to obey the letter of the law. Failing to do so can result in the police showing up and […]

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As A Tenant, Can You Legally Withhold Rent?

As A Tenant, Can You Legally Withhold Rent?

The relationship between tenants and their landlords can be complicated. Often what one person in the relationship thinks of as fair, the other considers the short end of the stick. It’s not unusual for tenants to get so fed up with a landlord, that they decide to force the landlord into taking action by withholding […]

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Are Minors Allowed To Have Alcohol Under Parents Supervision?

Are Minors Allowed To Have Alcohol Under Parents Supervision?

Some parents out there who are dealing with minors and drinking tend to take a different approach to the matter. Many parents would flat out ban their children from drinking until they are of legal age to do so. However, some parents prefer to allow their underage children to drink, but only under their supervision. […]

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Are Door-to-Door Warrantless Searches Legal?

Are Door-to-Door Warrantless Searches Legal?

In 2013, during the aftermath that followed the bombing of the Boston Marathon, many Boston residents responded to knocks on their door. On the other side were angry and armed members of Boston’s SWAT team. They were engaged in a massive manhunt for the suspects and wanted to go through the homes and make sure […]

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What To Do If Someone Breaks Into Your House

What To Do If Someone Breaks Into Your House

When we think of our homes, we think of them as our safe havens. They are our escape from work, stressful family events, and from other aspects of the harsh world we live in. Our homes are sanctuaries that protect us from the weather, and the outside world. One of the last things on our […]

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Rules On The Beaches In California

Rules On The Beaches In California

California is known for its coastline. Famous beaches line Venice, Santa Monica, Malibu, and Big Sur are iconic to the rest of the nation. People travel from all over the world to see the golden coast. Musicians write songs about the west coast all the time. California is continuously engraved in to the books for […]

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Think Twice Before Throwing That Frisbee

Think Twice Before Throwing That Frisbee

If you’re in Los Angeles County, you might want to reconsider playing frisbee with your best friend or dog. The county has a law that clearly states that before you can throw a frisbee, permission needs to be granted by a lifeguard. Yep, this sounds like one of those ridiculous laws that are just plain […]

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California Liquor Laws We Take For Granted

California Liquor Laws That We Take For Granted

If you have been born and raised in California, and you’re 21 years of age, you know that getting ahold of alcohol is fairly simple. You don’t have to worry about what time it is, or what day it is. You can even get it at your local grocery store. These are little things about […]

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The Perfect Present For Father’s Day

The Perfect Present For Father’s Day

Father’s Day is June 17th this year and it is coming up fast. The Mother’s Day cards are being put away and every time you pass the card section in the grocery store you see Father’s Day cards lining the shelves. With Mother’s Day, grocery stores put out flowers, chocolates, pretty pink vases and “I […]

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