The advantage of having a year-long contract for a rental property is that you know that you’ll be collecting rent for the space for at least a year, something that isn’t guaranteed when you rent the unit on a month-to-month system. The biggest advantage to the month-to-month system is that California law doesn’t require that […]
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As A Landlord, Am I Responsible For My Tenant’s Injuries?
Owning a rental property is a great way to earn extra money, but it also means a great deal of responsibility. One of the issues many landlords and tenants argue about is who is responsible when the tenant is injured. The simple truth is that the issue doesn’t have a black and white answer. Each […]
Catching Police Officers On Film
Videos of police officers behaving badly have a history of going viral. This sheds a bad light on police officers throughout the entire state of California. Isn’t it interesting how videos of police officers doing good things never seem to make it onto the internet? If you plan on filming a police officer there are […]
Frequently Asked Questions About Bail
Here at FastBail Bail Bonds, we have learned that most people have a whole lot of questions about bail and how it works. Luckily for our clients, our bail agents are more than capable of answering any questions about the bail process. In fact, in order to help you out, here are some of the […]
California’s Attitude Towards Hit And Run Accidents
When it comes to hit and run accidents, California’s lawmakers don’t have a sense of humor. They created laws that deal with hit and run accidents that simply involve property damage, and for hit and run accidents that resulted in someone getting hurt. If you’re charged with a hit and run, you must understand the […]
Can You Smoke In Public?
Despite the obvious health concerns that come with smoking, there are still a lot of smokers out there in the world. An estimated 42.1 million people in the United States are smokers. This averages out to roughly 18% of all adults over the age of 18. That is a whole lot of people who still […]
Abuse, Threats and Stalking Are Not Cute
Certain things in life are cute, like baby animals. Giving someone a sentimental, thinking of you, gift or complimenting someone’s outfit or attitude is cute. You know what isn’t cute? Abuse, threats and stalking. These acts are harassment. To be more precise, those actions fall under civil harassment. Civil harassment goes beyond just being rude […]
What Do You Know About Bail?
If someone were to ask you how much you knew about bail, how much could you tell them? If you are like most people, then you might not be able to say more than bail is paying a lot of money to get someone out of jail. This is the most basic understanding of bail, […]
What Happens If You Give A Police Officer False Information
It doesn’t matter if you’re pulled over for a routine traffic violation or if the police knock on your front door and ask to talk to you, there’s something about face-to-face interactions that causes most of us to panic. This panic can result in us making some bad choices. A perfect example of this is […]
Can Police Search My Vehicle Without A Warrant?
Pretty much every driver has experienced the slight panic of seeing a police car behind them while driving even if they haven’t done anything wrong. That shows how much people don’t want to get pulled over. On those occasions where people are pulled over, they can then find themselves worrying about the officer searching through […]