Give your tenant notice that you are terminating their tenancy with this California 30-Day Notice to Quit, under Section 1946 of the Civil Code.
- The Notice must be served on the tenant by the landlord or rental manager.
- The tenant is given notice that the lease or rental agreement is being terminated, and the reason(s) for the termination must be given.
- The tenant has 30 days to give up possession or face eviction proceedings.
- This is a reusable landlord-tenant form. Pay for the form once, and use it as often as you require.
If you have residential rental properties, download this California 30-Day Notice to Quit form as part of your landlord-tenant management toolkit.
Last Updated: 23-August-2016