EVICTION for Substantial Remodel - Guide for California Landlords & Renters

Are you a landlord who wants to evict your tenant to remodel and increase the rent or maybe sell? Are you a renter who heard about the substantial remodel loophole? Or maybe received a 60 Day Notice because the landlord is going to substantially remodel? In this guide for renters and landlords, we explain the substantial remodel eviction in California. Questions we answer and more:

✔️ What qualifies as a substantial remodel❓

✔️ Can a substantial remodel just be cosmetic, like new paint and flooring❓

✔️ What happens if a landlord evicts and doesn’t do a substantial remodel❓

✔️ How can a tenant be evicted in LA City for a substantial remodel under the JCO❓

📌 Definition of “Substantially Remodel” per California Civil Code 1946.2 👉 https://leginfo.legislature.ca.gov/faces/codes_displaySection.xhtml?lawCode=CIV&sectionNum=1946.2

📌 Substantial Remodel Letter from Community Legal Services of East Palo Alto 👉 https://wclp.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/AB-1482-Substantial-Remodeling-Template-Letter.pdf

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