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Notice to vacate property by Chelu (CA) on February 28, 2012 @12:58

Hi. I'm retiring to the Central Valley where I have a home that is presently rented out. Where can I find a Form to send to tenants? We have a month-to-month rental agreement starting Jan. 1, of this year. The last 2 semesters it was a 6-month rental agmt. I understand that by law, I have to give them a 2-month advance notice to vacate, it would be from Mar 1 through Apr 30. What if they refuse to leave the property after the 2 months expire? Thanks for your advice.
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Re: Notice to vacate property by Bryan (Ia) on February 28, 2012 @13:12 [ Reply ]
You have to evict for holdover.

We have Ca. LL's here, they can provide more specific guidance. I know the termination notice must provide an offer for a pre-move out inspection in Ca.. There may be more that you have to do.....

In the meantime, you should read the Ca. LL/T law that can be found from the links to the right.
Re: Notice to vacate property by Katiekate (New York) on February 28, 2012 @13:15 [ Reply ]
If you give them proper notice (60 days...2 full months) in writing that they must move by April 30, 2012 and they are still there on May 1, 2012....

then you go to the county court house and file eviction proceedings for 'holdover'.

As you get to the middle of April...if they are saying they aren't moving...or you have the idea that they won' might send a letter explaining to them that an eviction on their record will really hurt them for a long time to come...make it very hard to rent a decent place again.
I have found that once the tenant really understands that there is more to lose than gain...they find a place and get moved.
Re: Notice to vacate property by Steve on February 28, 2012 @15:44 [ Reply ]
Have you looked in Essential Forms? --->

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