3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit
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This firm can prepare and assist a landlord with an eviction, including the 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit. We do NOT represent tenants. Receive a free, no-obligation consultation today by filling out the form on the left side of this page, or by calling (877) 875-6958.
This firm does not represent tenants. We assist landlords.
A "3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit" is the first step in evicting a tenant who has failed to pay the rent on time. The 3 Day Notice is an absolute prerequisite for an eviction in Los Angeles county that is based on non-payment of rent. Furthermore, the landlord and tenant may NOT contract away the 3 Day Notice requirement. Any provision in the rental agreement that says a 3 Day Notice is not needed is unenforceable.
It is crucial that the 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit is filled out correctly. An incorrect 3 Day Notice could invalidate your entire eviction, costing you more time and money because you would have to start the process over from the beginning.
This law firm can create and serve the 3 Day Notice on your behalf. If you feel comfortable serving the 3 Day Notice yourself, then you can purchase and download a 3 Day Notice, Proof of Service, and instructions for $50 by clicking on the link below. A portion of the Three Day Notice is shown in the image above.
The 3 Day Notice is only $50 and can be used in Los Angeles and all of California. Click the blue button to purchase and download the Three Day Notice template for non-payment of rent.
Attorney Piotrowski publishes a book called, "California Landlord Best Practices and Eviction Overview: An Easy-to-Read Guide Outlining Best Practices for California Landlords Plus a Summary of the Eviction Process." This book seeks to provide an easy-to-understand and concise guide for California landlords by providing valuable suggestions for managing the landlord/tenant relationship and also provides a high-level overview of what to expect in the event that the tenant needs to be evicted. This book should be used as a tool to educate the landlord about the business of renting property in California, with an emphasis on residential units.
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