California Notice of Default
Has a borrower failed to make a payment on time under their mortgage or contract for deed? You can now serve this Notice of Default under Section 2924 of the California Civil Code.
- The Notice must be filed and served properly before you can take possession of the mortgaged property.
- The Notice instructs the borrower on how to remedy the default, and how many days s/he has to take action.
- The form also contains a copy of the applicable Section of the Civil Code.
The foreclosure process starts here. Get your copy of the California Notice of Default form and start the ball rolling.
Last Updated: 14-Apr-2016