Address for Service of 3 Day Notice in Commercial Tenancies

Commercial landlords should read their lease carefully when it comes time to serve a 3 day notice or other termination notice on their tenant.

The lease may specify details on how to property serve a notice.  Serving a tenant at the property address may not be sufficient to satisfy service requirements of a 3 day notice.  For example, in a recent court case, although the tenant admitted receipt of a 3 day notice to pay rent or quit, the service was improper because the landlord did not serve notice to the address that was stated in the rental agreement.  This made the service of the 3 day notice invalid and incapable of supporting the commercial tenancy eviction.

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This article is courtesy of the Law Office of David Piotrowski, a California law firm representing landlords with eviction matters.

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