If a tenant does not pay rent when due according to the terms of a rental agreement, then the landlord can serve on the property a 3 Day Notice to Pay or Vacate.
If you are the landlord, you may terminate a month-to-month tenancy by providing the tenant with a 15 Day Notice of Termination of Month-to-Month Tenancy.
If the landlord intends to make a claim against the tenant's deposit, then the landlord must give the tenant a Notice of Intent to Impose a Claim on Security Deposit.
Some examples of curable violations include: unauthorized pet, unauthorized tenant, parking in unauthorized parking spot, failing to keep premises clean and sanitary.
Some examples of incurable violations include: willful destruction, damage, or misuse of landlord's or other tenants' property by intentional act, or continued or subsequent unreasonable disturbance, repeated violations after 7 Day Notice to Cure.
Speak with an experienced eviction lawyer before posting or serving a notice to tenant. Call for a free consultation (888) 384-2872.
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