Everything But the Kitchen Sink - Abandoned Property in a Commercial Premises

May 15, 2013

Authors:   Alison E. Geddes, Candice B. Harper, Jennifer L. Pruski, David W. Creeggan

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What do you do as a property owner or manager when a tenant leaves personal property, which may include furniture, trade fixtures and equipment, within a leased commercial premises?

California law imposes obligations upon a Landlord in dealing with abandoned personal property.

Trainor Fairbrook attorneys Candy Harper, Jennifer Pruski, David Creeggan and Alison Geddes are experienced with providing solutions for California landlords and property managers facing issues pertaining to abandoned personal property.

Join Trainor Fairbrook’s property management team in an informative and interactive seminar on what to do when your tenant leaves its personal property in your premises and how to prevent many problems related to abandoned personal property.

Sign up today as space is limited!

Topics Will Include:

  • Initial steps required upon receiving possession of a premises that contains a tenant’s personal property
  • Notices required under California law regarding abandoned personal property
  • Options for selling or disposing of abandoned personal property
  • Strategies to resolve issues regarding personal property
  • Implications of a tenant’s bankruptcy on personal property
  • Lease provisions and security agreements which can protect Landlord’s interest in personal property

Wednesday, May 15th at 4:00pmRegister Now

Please join us for a wine and beer reception following the program.

Tuesday, May 21st at 8:30amRegister Now

A continental breakfast will be provided.