When May a Landlord Enter a Residential Unit in California?

 

24 Hour Notice is required in most cases before a landlord may enter a residential unit in California.  We offer a 24 hour notice template [pdf] for landlords to download.

This blog post will discuss the appropriate reasons when a landlord may enter a residential unit in California.

A landlord may enter a residential unit in California:

  • To perform an initial inspection;
  • Emergencies;
  • Showing to new tenants or purchasers;
  • To make necessary repairs;
  • To supply necessary or agreed-upon services;
  • To inspect for a waterbed violation;
  • When the tenant has abandoned or surrendered the unit;
  • By court order;
  • When the tenant consents/agrees.

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

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