Landlord Forms

  • Notice for Code of Civil Procedure Section 1179.02.5(d) - A landlord must send this notice out with the Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.03(b)(4), the Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.03(c)(4), and the Notice of Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.03(c)(5) if the landlord has proof of income in the landlord’s possession that the tenant is a "high-income tenant" (i.e., exceeds 130% of area median income as published by the Department of Housing and Community Development for the county in which the property resides).

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  • 15-Day Notice to Pay or Quit (Nonpayment of Rent between March 1, 2020 and August 31, 2020) - A landlord should use this notice in addition to other notices/information that the landlord may be required to give to the tenant (i.e., notices covered by Code of Civil Procedure section 1161, Code of Civil Procedure section 798 et seq. (the Mobilehome Residency Law), etc.) if the landlord wants to file an unlawful detainer action to evict the tenant for non-payment of rent between March 1, 2020 and August 31, 2020 (i.e., the “protected time period”).

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  • 15-Day Notice to Pay or Quit (Nonpayment of Rent between September 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021) - A landlord should use this notice before February 1, 2021 in addition to other notices/information that the landlord may be required to give to the tenant (i.e., notices covered by Code of Civil Procedure section 1161, Code of Civil Procedure section 798 et seq. (the Mobilehome Residency Law), etc.) if the landlord wants to file an unlawful detainer action to evict the tenant for non-payment of rent between September 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021 (i.e., the “transition time period”).

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  • 15-Day Notice to Pay or Quit (Non-payment of Rent between September 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021) (Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.03(c)(5)) - A landlord should use this notice on or after February 1, 2021 in addition to other notices/information that the landlord may be required to give to the tenant (i.e., notices covered by Code of Civil Procedure section 1161, Code of Civil Procedure section 798 et seq. (the Mobilehome Residency Law), etc.) if the landlord wants to file an unlawful detainer action to evict the tenant for non-payment of rent between September 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021 (i.e., the “transition time period”).

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  • Notice for Code of Civil Procedure Section 1179.04(a) - A landlord must use this notice if their tenant has failed to pay rent between March 1, 2020 and August 31, 2020, even if the landlord is not intending (at least at this time) to file an unlawful detainer action. This notice is to notify the tenant that they may have protections through the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act of 2020 and the landlord must serve this notice on or before September 30, 2020. Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.04(a) must be served before or concurrently with the Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.03(b)(4) or the Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.03(c)(4) if the landlord wants to file an unlawful detainer action to evict the tenant.

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  • Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.04(b) - A landlord must use this notice if their tenant has failed to pay rent between March 1, 2020 and June 30, 2021, even if the landlord is not intending (at least at this time) to file an unlawful detainer action. This notice is to notify the tenant that they may have protections through the COVID-19 Tenant Relief Act and the landlord must serve this notice on or before February 28, 2021. Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.04(a) must be served before or concurrently with the Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.03(b)(4) or the Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.03(c)(4) or the Notice for Code of Civil Procedure section 1179.03(c)(5) if the landlord wants to file an unlawful detainer action to evict the tenant.

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  • Notice of Intent to Foreclose – California law (Civil Code Section 2924.8(a)) requires that a property owner must give any tenants residing at a property upon which a notice of sale has been posted to be advised that the new property owner may either give the tenant a new lease or rental agreement or provide the tenant with a 90-day eviction notice. In addition, the new property owner is required to honor the lease unless the new owner will occupy the property as a primary residence or under limited circumstances. It is also an infraction to tear down the notice within 72 hours of posting.

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