California Code of Civil Procedure 1161 – 3 Day Notice

I previously posted an article on the 3 Day Notice in California. That article also discussed California Code of Civil Procedure 1161. The article is from June 2013 but is still relevant today and bears reposting.

Any California landlord thinking about evicting a tenant based on a 3 day notice, whether due to non-payment of rent, violating the rental agreement, damaging the property, or creating a nuisance, will find the articles on this blog useful and helpful.

CCP 1161 discusses reasons for terminating a tenancy in California based on a 3 day notice.

The Law Office of David Piotrowski represents landlords throughout southern California and can assist with a tenant eviction.

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