Santa Clarita Valley 3 Day Notice

 

Santa Clarita Valley landlords may serve their tenant with a 3 Day Notice for the following reasons:

  •  Where the Santa Clarita Valley tenant has defaulted in their rent and owes the Santa Clarita landlord unpaid rent (This is by far the most common reason for serving a tenant with a 3 day notice.  See below for other links on this blog discussing the 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit.)
  • Where the SCV tenant has breached the rental agreement.  Examples include having a pet when the lease says no pets are allowed, or using a waterbed when the lease says no waterbeds
  • Where the SCV tenant is committing a nuisance on the property
  • Where the Santa Clarita Valley tenant is committing “waste” on the property
  • Where the tenant is using the property for an illegal purpose
  • When the tenant has assigned or sublet the unit
As you can see, there are different reasons why a Santa Clarita landlord may need to serve a 3 day notice on their residential tenant.  Santa Clarita landlords should be careful to use the correct type of 3 Day Notice, depending on the purpose:
Courts are very strict in enforcing the rules and requiring that the Santa Clarita landlord to serve the correct type of 3 day notice.

Other helpful SCV landlord links relating to the 3 Day Notice (in particular the 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit):

The Law Office of David Piotrowski can create and serve a 3 day notice on California tenants.  Contact the firm today.

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