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No. California law requires the landlord to issue a written notice according to state law before legally terminating the tenancy. The landlords cannot force to evict the tenants without due process.
Unless the rental agreement provides a shorter notice period, a California tenant must give their landlord 30 days notice to end a month-to-month tenancy. Tenants should check their rental agreement to see if it requires giving notice on the first of the month or on another specific date.
If the tenant refuses to leave after served with a Notice, the only option requires filing a lawsuit with the California courts. You, as the landlord, become the plaintiff and your tenant becomes the defendant. You must first provide proof of the just cause for evicting the tenant to the judge.
In California, landlords must file a 60 or 30-day notice to vacate letter before moving forward with an eviction. The notice of termination gives their tenant time to move out or deal with a dispute. If the tenant doesnt vacate the property after this time, landlords may start the eviction process.
While email use is common and is growing faster than snail mail, the California legislature does not generally recognize email as a valid delivery method for most formal communications provided by California residential landlords to tenants. California law requires other delivery methods for most formal California

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The notice must inform the tenant that if the tenant does not pay rent or move out within three days of receiving the notice, then the landlord will begin eviction proceedings against the tenant. (Cal. Civ.
In California, eviction actions are called unlawful detainer cases in court. Under state law, a landlord must give their tenant at least 30 days notice that they need to move out and specify when their tenancy will end.
The 3-Day notice is simple, it tells the tenant that if they do not pay the past due rent within 3 days, the landlord is going to start the eviction process and remove the tenant from the home. Californias new law also covers the 3-Day Notice to Perform Covenant (Cure) or Quit.
The eviction process can take 30 - 45 days, or longer. The time starts from when you have eviction court forms delivered to your tenant to the time they must move out. Choose any box, below, to learn more about the eviction process and get step-by-step instructions.
A tenant must vacate the rental unit by the end of the thirtieth day after the date on which notice was served. For example, if a 30-day notice is served on July 16, you would begin counting days on July 17, and the 30-day period would end on August 15.

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