Category Archives: Code of Civil Procedure 1161(4)

CCP 1161(4): 3 Day Notice to Quit Video

 

 CCP 1161(4), otherwise known as California Code of Civil Procedure 1161(4), discusses the 3 day notice to quit. Unlike other 3 day notices, the CCP 1161(4) notice does NOT allow a tenant to cure the violations. With the CCP 1161(4) … Continue reading

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Waiver and Estoppel as a California Tenant Defense to an Eviction Case

 

 One of the defenses that California tenants often raise when a landlord files an unlawful detainer (eviction) case is known as “waiver” and “estoppel.” The difference between waiver and estoppel is not entirely clear. In the court case of DRG/Beverly … Continue reading

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CCP 1161(4) Termination of Tenancy Based on Nuisance in California

 

 California Code of Civil Procedure 1161(4) (also referred to as CCP 1161(4)) allows a landlord to evict a tenant if the tenant is causing a nuisance at the rental property. CCP 1161(4) states that a person is guilty of unlawful … Continue reading

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