Can A Landlord Evict You For No Reason In California??

In California, a landlord can only evict a tenant for nonpayment of rent, damage to the property or a violation of the lease or rental agreement.

In that case, the landlord can evict the tenant with a 30-day or 60-day notice to quit without saying why the tenant must move out.28 Nov 2018

How much notice does a landlord have to give a tenant to move out?

A tenant must give at least 21 days’ written notice to end the tenancy, unless the landlord agrees to a shorter time. This agreement should be in writing. A landlord must give at least 90 days’ written notice to end the tenancy. Landlords can give less time (at least 42 days’ notice) in some cases.

Can a landlord evict you immediately?

Your landlord can evict you without giving a reason. But, they must give you 7 or 30 days notice in writing. There are some exceptions to this, explained below.

Do you have to give 60 days notice on a month to month lease?

Month to month means that with 30 days notice either the tenant or landlord can end the lease. You do not have to give 60 days notice. The usual answer is no, unless you and the landlord made some other arrangement.

Can a landlord evict you in 3 days?

If a landlord is trying to evict a tenant for not paying rent, the landlord must first give the tenant a three-day notice of nonpayment of rent. The notice should tell the tenant how much rent is owed, and that the tenant has three days to pay it.

Can a landlord evict you if there is no lease?

A landlord may evict a renter who does not have a lease and instead has a renter’s agreement, as long as they give the tenant at least a 30-day notice. There is no reasoning required for a landlord to end this type of agreement.