NEW! 30, 90 or 60 Day Notice to Terminate Tenancy Form - Guide for renters and landlords

There’s a new version of the popular form: Notice to Terminate Tenancy! Do you know whether it needs to be a 30 day Notice to Terminate Tenancy, 60 day Notice to Terminate Tenancy or 90 day Notice to Terminate Tenancy? This guide for California landlords and California tenants runs through the newest version of the Notice to Terminate Tenancy, aka Notice to Vacate. 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❓
✔️ Why is AB 1482 important to the Notice to Terminate Tenancy❓
✔️ How should a 60 day notice to vacate be delivered to a California tenant❓

📺 AB 1482 - Tenant Protection Act - Updated Guide for California Landlords and Tenants 👉

📺 DEADLINES for AB 1482 - Tenant Protection Act - Guide for California Landlords and Tenants 👉

Important Links and more...

-> click here to see products, gear and more that we recommend!

This is not meant to be a solicitation of a property currently under contract. This is not meant to be legal or tax advice, please consult with the appropriate professional. We are licensed to sell real estate in California (if you need help elsewhere, we can help find a good broker, let us know), CalRE # 01804983.

Remember when you click, I may receive a small commission at no extra cost to you. As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. I only recommend products and services that I've used or have experience with.

Post a Comment