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30-Day Notice to Quit for California

Updated August 12th 2022

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The 30-Day Notice to Quit is often referred to as a Notice to Vacate. Get a blank copy of a 30-Day Notice Quit form.

30-Day Notice to Quit for California

30-Day Notice to Quit for California

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What Is This Notice to Quit Used for?

30-Day Notice Quit (blank draft provided at the end) is used in California by a landlord to initiate the formal process of removing a tenant from a leased rental unit where the tenant has had a residency for less than a year and is on a month-to-month lease. This is somewhat rare in California since most landlords prefer to start with a one-year lease and allow the tenant to become month-to-month after the lease ends.

Example Free PDF of a 30-Day Notice to Quit for California

Here's an example of a document that has all the information included in the 30-Day Notice to Quit requirement list above:

A sample PDF for 30-Day Notice to Quit
A sample PDF for 30-Day Notice to Quit

You can download the free PDF of this 30-Day Notice to Quit for California here.

You can also see examples of other common eviction notices used by landlords in California like:

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