Don’t let unlawful eviction fly in California. Familiarize yourself with little-known tenant rights and claims you can leverage, ranging from landlord harassment to COVID-era moratoriums to landlord retaliation.
CA Tenants’ Guide: Responding to 3-Day “Pay or Quit” Notices
If your landlord recently provided a legal document giving only 3 days to pay all delinquent rent or else vacate the unit, get information on how California tenants should appropriately and adequately react.
Breaking down the basics of 3-day, 30-day, and 60-day eviction notices in California so tenants understand their rights and obligations
Some types of eviction notices include:
3-day notice to pay rent or quit; 30-day notice for no-cause evictions; 60-day notice for terminating a month-to-month tenancy; 90-day notice for government-subsidized housing.
Learn about your options regarding jury trials in California’s unlawful detainer cases. Discover the steps and considerations for requesting a jury trial in this context.