Monthly Archives: July 2018

CCP 1161(2): 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit in California

 

 CCP 1161(2), also known as Code of Civil Procedure 1161(2), is a California code that discusses a termination of tenancy due to the tenant’s failure to pay rent. When the tenant is behind in the rent, the landlord serves a … Continue reading

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Civil Code 1946 and Civil Code 1946.1 – 30/60 Day Notice

 

 How do you terminate a month-to-month tenancy in California? California Civil Code 1946 and Civil Code 1946.1 discusses the rules relating to terminating a month-to-month tenancy in California. A 30 day notice is used when the tenant has lived at … Continue reading

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CCP 1171 and CCP 631 Discusses Jury Trials

 

 CCP 1171 and CCP 631 both discuss jury trials. The purpose of this article is to explain how CCP 1171 and CCP 631 relate to jury trials in California unlawful detainer (eviction) cases. Before we dive in, I should note … Continue reading

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