Abandoned Vehicle Removal – FREE Service

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    Abandoned Vehicle Removal - FREE Service

    We offer a FREE service to landlords and property management companies to remove abandoned vehicles. We will meet with you to teach you the NEW California State guidelines and leave the proper signs and forms with you to help protect your legal rights. To dispose of apparently abandoned property without risking liability for damages to the landlord, a landlord must follow the steps. We teach you those steps! We will also remove those abandoned vehicles from your property a no charge to you.


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    4730 Myrtle Ave

    Sacramento, CA 95841

    (916) 334-8697

     

    Service Hours: 24/7

    Office Hours: Mon-Fri 8AM – 5PM

    Office: (916) 334-TOWS-(8697)

    Fax: (916) 344-3810

     

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    Do not wait too long! Give US a Call Today and let us help you.

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    Please Note:  Our service is FREE to any Landlord, Property Management Company and Storage Facility located with in 10 miles from any of our 3 locations…

    Call one number… for any of our 3 locations.

    916-334-8697

     

    We offer a FREE service to landlords and property management companies to remove abandoned vehicles.

    We will meet with you to teach you the NEW California State guidelines and leave the proper signs and forms with you to help protect your legal rights.

    To dispose of apparently abandoned property without risking liability for damages to the landlord, a landlord must follow the steps.

    We teach you those steps!  We will also remove those abandoned vehicles from your property a no charge to you.

    Here are the civil codes for the state of California you need to be aware of:

    1. Civil Code section 1986.
    2. Civil Code section 1980(d).
    3. Civil Code section 1983 (a).
    4. Civil Code section 1989, 1985(d).  Code of Civil Procedure section 1174(e)..
    5.sections 1981(d), 1965(e); Gruber v. Pacific State Sav. & Loan Co. (1939) 13 Cal.2d 144 [88 P.2d 137]; Love v. Keays (1971) 6 Cal.3d 339 [98 Cal.Rptr. 881]; Gray v. Whitmore (1971) 17 Cal.App.3d 1 [97 Cal.Rptr. 904].
    6. Civil Code 1816; Penal Code section 597.1.
    7. Civil Code 1816; Penal Code section 597.1.
    8. Civil Code section 1980 et seq.
    9. Civil Code section 1983 (a).
    10. Code of Civil Procedure sections 715.030 and 1174(f).
    11. Civil Code section 1987 (a).
    12. Civil Code section 1983 (b).
    13. Code of Civil Procedure section 715.010(b)(3).
    14. Civil Code section 1987 (a).
    15. Civil Code section 1987 (b).
    16. Civil Code section 1988.
    17. Civil Code section 1984 and 1985.
    18. Civil Code section 1983 (h).
    19. Civil Code section 1983 (b).
    20. Civil Code section 1983 (c).
    21.Civil Code section 1990 (a)(1).
    22. Civil Code section 1990 (a)(2).
    23. Civil Code section 1990 (b).
    24. Civil Code section 1990 (c).
    25. Civil Code section 1989 (a).
    26. Civil Code section 1989 (b).
    27. Civil Code section 1988 (a).
    28. Civil Code section 1989 (c).
    29. Civil Code section 2080.1.
    30. Civil Code section 2080.1.
    31. Civil Code section 2080.3.

    If you are a landlord or property management company you need to protect your rights!

    Review the Options for a Landlord – When a Tenant’s Personal Property has Been Left in the Rental Unit: HERE

     


     



    Posted from North Highlands, California, United States.



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