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THIRTY-DAY NOTICE TO TERMINATE POSSESSION


California Civil Code Section 795.56(d) & 798.57


TO: and all other tenants, does Click here to, in possession of the premises described as:

Address: Click here to enter text.
City of: Click here to enter text.
County of: Click here to enter text.
State of: CALIFORNIA


THIS NOTICE IS GIVEN FOR THE PURPOSE OF TERMINATING YOUR TENANCY

The landlord under whom you hold possession of the above-described property declares the rental agreement by which
you hold possession of the above described premises forfeited and your tenancy terminated for the reasons specified
below and you must deliver up possession of said premises to the undersigned who is the authorized agent and owner
THIRTY (30) DAYS after the service of this Notice upon you.

GROUNDS FOR TERMINATION

(A)

(B)

(C)

Your non-compliance has resulted in your tenancy being terminated pursuant to California Civil Code 798.56, which
states in pertinent part as follows:

No act or omission of the homeowner or resident shall constitute a failure to comply with a reasonable rule or
regulation unless the homeowner provides written notice of the alleged rule or regulation violation and the
resident has failed to adhere to the rule or regulation within seven days. However, if the homeowner has been
given a verbal notice of an alleged violation of the same rule or regulation on three or more occasions within a
12-month period after the resident has violated that rule or regulation, no written notice shall be required for a
subsequent violation of the same rule or regulation and any further violation shall be deemed grounds for
termination of rental agreement due to cause.

Service of this notice and enforcement of all related remedies under the applicable provisions of the California Civil Code
and the California Code of Civil Procedure shall not prejudice, waive, limit; restrict or adversely affect any other rights or
remedies that the property owner may have under applicable law.

It is understood as follows: that a Thirty Day Notice of Intent to Vacate is required by Section 1946 of California
Civil Code for month-to-month tenancies and by the Lease Agreement for fixed-term tenancies; for Residents on a
fixed-term lease, a Thirty Day Notice of Intention to Vacate does not relinquish Resident from any obligation of the
lease, including payment to the end of the lease term; resident's possession of the apartment remains in effect
until all belongings are removed and all keys returned; and except as provided by law, rent is due and payable up
to and including the final date of possession, or thirty (30) days after service of this notice to Manager, whichever
is later. Rent is payable through the termination of the tenancy









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THIRTY-DAY NOTICE TO TERMINATE POSSESSION

NOTICE OF RIGHT TO FINAL INSPECTION


I understand that I have the right to request a final inspection of my unit and to be present during that
inspection, which shall occur no earlier than two weeks before the termination of the tenancy and
during normal business hours. I also understand that at this it inspection, the owner will provide an
itemized statement specifying repairs or cleaning. In addition to, a final accounting of furnishings and
household goods.


I waive my right to 48 hour notice by the Manager prior to the entry of the room to perform the
initial inspection as allowed by Cal.Civ.Code 1950.5(1)(1).

I want the Manager to provide 48-hour notice prior to entry of the room to perform the initial inspection.


Resident Signature _________________________________ Dated:Click here to enter a date.




Owner/Agent Signature ______________________________ Dated:Click here to enter a date.



You are hereby notified that advice regarding this EVICTION NOTICE is available from the California Courts Self Help
Center or you may seek advice and referral from the California State Bar:

www.calbar.ca.gov/state/calbar/calbar_home.jsp