(a) At the hearing a writ of possession shall issue if all of the following are found:
(1) The plaintiff has established the probable validity of his claim to possession of the property of the tenant, boarder, or lodger.
(2) That the property which is described within the application for the writ is located on the premises of the motel, hotel, boardinghouse or lodginghouse.
(3) The plaintiff has provided an undertaking as required by Section 1861.21.
(b) No writ directing the levying officer to enter any premises to take possession of any property shall be issued unless the plaintiff has established that there is probable cause to believe that such property is located there.
(Added by Stats. 1979, Ch. 964.)
Last modified: October 25, 2018