My question involves landlord-tenant law in the State of: California
A problem tenant (parks in other people's parking spots, neighbors complain about noise) has a no pet agreement in his lease agreement.
We (my sister and I) witnessed a dog in this problem tenants apt and asked him to get rid of it. He said not until the upstairs person gets rid of their cat. We researched the cat issue, turns out it was allowed in a verbal agreement with all the tenants present.
We reminded him he agreed to the cat and that his contract reads no pets. He agreed to get rid of the dog. That was one month ago. Today I witnessed the dog in his apartment (the kids had the door open as I walked by).
Can we evict him for this?
Thx for any feedback.