If you are a tenant at will (no lease) 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.
Can you evict someone if there is no lease California?
California Eviction Laws if No Lease. Unless your situation is covered by a local law or rent control ordinance, a landlord can evict a periodic tenant without cause in California.
How do I legally evict someone in California?
The eviction process is summarized in 7 steps below.
- Valid Reason to Evict Your Tenant.
- Three-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit.
- Wait for Tenant to Remedy the Situation.
- File an Unlawful Detainer Action.
- Serve the Tenant.
- Complete the Court Process.
- Store the Tenant’s Belongings.
Is it legal to evict someone 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.
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