How much notice does my landlord have to give me if they want me to move out?
Posted by: raindrop 7 years, 7 months ago
If you are not in breach of your lease, the following timeframes apply to how much notice a landlord has to provide to a tenant if the landlord wants to terminate the tenancy.
According to Cal. Civ. Code Section 1946.1(c), if the tenant has been a resident in the property for less than one (1) year, then the landlord is required to give the tenant a minimum of thirty (30) days written notice.
Additionally, according to the California Associations of Realtors and Cal. Civ. Code Section 1946.1(d), the landlord can give thirty (30) days written notice to terminate a periodic tenancy when all of the following conditions have been met:
- the dwelling is a separately alienable unit (e.g. condo, single family residence, townhouse; but not a duplex, triplex or other multi-unit property);
- the owner is in contract to sell the unit to a bona fide purchaser for value;
- escrow has been established with a licensed escrow agent or licensed real estate broker;
- the buyer is a natural person (or persons);
- notice is given within 120 days after escrow is opened;
- notice was not previously given to the tenant; and
- the buyer intends to live in the property for at least one full year.
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