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Navigating the Tenant Protection Act & Termination of Tenancy

Navigating the Tenant Protection Act & Termination of Tenancy

Understanding of tenant relations & rental market legal updates

Thursday, September 19, 2024
1:00 PM - 3:00 PM (PDT)

* Registration open until 9/18/24 at 12:00 AM (PST)

Event Details

Join us for a workshop for landlords, property managers & real estate professionals to help you manage your rental properties & navigate tenant relations. We will cover:

  • Termination of Tenancy
    – Proper notice procedures
    – Just cause for termination
    – Eviction processes & pathways
  • Post Tenancy
    – Managing property abandonment
    – Conduction pre-move out inspections
    – Handling security deposits
  • Legal updates
    – Latest changes in security deposit laws
    – New regulations regarding pets & rental properties

$35 Members  •  $50 Nonmembers 

Limited Capacity

Cancellation Policy: All ticket purchases, both online, via email and in-person, are FINAL. There are NO REFUNDS, CREDITS, OR EXCHANGES, even for tickets purchased by mistake or at a non-member rate. Make sure that if you are a member, log in to your account to receive member pricing. Please confirm your order before payment.

For More Information:

Santa Barbara Rental Property Association Logo 123 W. Padre Street, Suite D
Santa Barbara, CA 93105
United States

James B. Cole, a partner at Slaughter Reagan & Cole LLP since 2004, brings extensive experience in transactional matters and litigation related to business, real property, and serious bodily injury. His practice includes drafting buy/sell agreements, land purchase agreements, leases, and forming corporate and LLC entities.

Mr. Cole has significant trial experience representing private business clients and insurance carriers in cases involving real property, breach of contract, premises liability, construction defects, business disputes, employer defense, and serious personal injury. Serving as a Judge Pro Tem and arbitrator in both Santa Barbara and Ventura County Superior Courts, he is also a respected mediator, frequent speaker for the Oxnard Police Department’s Crime Free Program, and a guest lecturer at college real property classes.