California Tenants Do Not Have to Provide More Than 30 Days Notice to Vacate
Unless the parties agree to shorter notice, California tenants with month-to-month tenancies must provide, by default, thirty (30) days’ written notice when serving a notice…
Can California Tenants Waive Their Right to Thirty or Sixty-Day Termination of Tenancy Notices?
Under California Civil Code section 1946, California tenants are entitled to written notice when the landlord seeks to terminate a tenancy. California Civil Code §§…
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