Kicking Renters out with a 60 Day Notice - Guide for landlords AND renters

NO, we’re NOT encouraging landlords to kick renters out! We talk to a lot of landlords and renters every week and it’s obvious that there are a lot of misunderstandings about the 60 Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy. This guide for landlords AND renters explains the process and form, including new laws due to SB 567. If the process isn’t followed correctly, the notice isn’t valid!

Laws have changed for California landlords and California renters and this guide for California landlords and California tenants runs through the newest version of the Notice to Terminate Tenancy, aka Notice to Vacate and new required disclosures for certain no fault terminations including owner move in and substantial remodel. We answer this and more:

✔️ What language does a Notice to Terminate Tenancy in California need to include to be valid❓

✔️ What are the reasons that a California landlord can terminate a tenancy for a property subject to AB 1482 and how much relocation assistance is owed❓

✔️ How should a 60 day notice to vacate be delivered to a California tenant❓

✔️ What new disclosures are required for owner move in or substantial remodel when terminating tenancy❓

📺 Do you know the 7+ mistakes that many landlords make when delivering a 60 Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy? 👉 https://youtu.be/E_mkQ5sdX_s

📺 California law has CHANGED - Tenant Protection Act/AB 1482 - Guide for Landlords and Renters 👉 https://youtu.be/Qb_ACOMhuDU

📌 Don’t miss the next landlord/renter update! 

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