Mar 24, 2016
The Temecula Law Resource Center at the Ronald H. Roberts Temecula Public Library hosted an on-going series “Help You Help Yourself” by the Riverside County Self Help attorneys. The topic was an orientation on evictions. The presenters were Nina Magno and Joanne Cuevas.
Nina and Joanne were informative on the resources provided by the County. They made it clear they are neutral parties who help both landlord and tenants when it comes to evictions issues. They covered the material that can be found on their website.
Nina discussed the importance of notices. The different types such as 3 day, 30 day and 60 day notices. She also mentioned the importance of service. The difference between personal, substitute and “Nail and Mail” service. She then covered the importance of moving paper in an eviction proceeding such as the complaint, answer and preparing for trial.
Afterwards, people came up to me and were appreciative the library is able to offer such classes to the public. The survey responses showed the positive impact of the presenter and class. I want to thank Nina and Joanne for coming to the library and being able to present such an important topic to the public and look forward to more events in the future. If you wish to be notified about our upcoming events, please feel free sign up for our email list.
Efren is a Library Assistant at our Temecula Law Resource Center.