Do You Have To Pay Rent When Given A 60 Day Notice??

Yes, you are required to pay rent during the 60-day period.

And, yes, if you do not do so, you may get a 3-day notice to pay rent or quit (quit = move out), which would start the1 Dec 2014

How do you serve a 3 day notice in California?

The three-day notice to pay rent must be written, and it must include the following information:

  • date the demand was served on the tenant(s)
  • name(s) and address of tenant(s)
  • a statement that the tenant owes rent and must pay it within three days or the landlord will file an eviction lawsuit with the court.

What is a 60 day notice in California?

60-Day Notice. The California Lease Termination Letter (60 Days) is a notice for a residential landlord to use when he seeks to have a tenant vacate the premises after they have lived there for at least a year or more.

How do you give a 60 day notice to a tenant?

How to Write a 60 Day Notice to Vacate to Tenant

  1. State the Facts First. The first part of the notice must include the details of the rental agreement, even if the lease has expired.
  2. Provide the Notice. Discuss the fact that the notice is for at least 60 days.
  3. List the Rent Due.
  4. Discuss the Security Deposit.
  5. Talk About Showing the Property.
  6. Close Out the Letter.

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Can a landlord require 60 days notice in California?

A landlord can simply give you a written notice to move, allowing you 30 days (60 days if you’ve lived in the rental a year or more) as required by California law and specifying the date on which your tenancy will end.

Is it legal to require a 60 day notice?

Our lease form contains a clause stating that each party must give the other a 30-day notice if the lease is not going to be renewed. However, I know that state law requires a 60-day notice if a landlord is terminating a tenancy that has lasted a year or longer.

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