Monthly Archives: March 2017

CCP 1161(3) – California Code of Civil Procedure 1161(3) – Eviction Due to 3 Day Notice to Cure or Quit

 

 CCP 1161(3), formally known as California Code of Civil Procedure 1161(3), is the code section that says that a tenant can be evicted if the tenant is violating a term of the lease or rental agreement. The landlord would serve … Continue reading

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CC 1946 – California Civil Code 1946 – 30 Day Notice Terminating a Tenancy in California

 

 California Civil Code 1946, also known as CC 1946, is the California law that says either the landlord or the tenant can terminate a month-to-month tenancy when either side gives the other side at least 30 days written notice terminating … Continue reading

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CCP 1166 – Unlawful Detainer Complaint in California

 

 California Code of Civil Procedure 1166, also known as CCP 1166, discusses the unlawful detainer (eviction) complaint in California. Our notes and comments are in red and are not part of CCP 1166. CCP 1166 reads as follows: 1166. (a) … Continue reading

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