Free Eviction Notice Forms
Are you a landlord wishing to hand an eviction notice to a tenant? Do you not know where to turn to obtain one of these forms, or do you simply not know your rights as a landlord in the matter? If you are a landlord of a property in California, you should know that you are able to obtain a free eviction notice form right here on our website, which can be used to evict a tenant.
You can download, print & serve the form yourself or you may hire one of our registered process servers to serve the notice for you! Simply search our website for free eviction notice forms and fill it out.
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Eviction Notices for California
A landlord who wants to terminate (end) a month-to-month tenancy can do so by properly serving a written 30-day notice on the tenant. Generally, a 30-day notice doesn't have to state the landlord's reason for ending the tenancy.
A landlord can use a written 3-day notice (eviction notice) if the tenant has done any of the following:
- Failed to pay the rent.
- Violated any provision of the lease or rental agreement.
- Materially damaged the rental property ("committed waste").
- Substantially interfered with other tenants ("committed a nuisance").
- Used the rental property for an unlawful purpose, such as selling illegal drugs.