To terminate a tenancy, you have to follow your state's rules. Return security deposits according to your state's rules to avoid problems with ex-tenants. And remember, lock-outs and retaliation are off-limits.
This all-in-one legal guide includes an overview of terminations and evictions, and includes state-by-state rules on topics such as the amount of time a tenant has to pay rent or move before a landlord can file for eviction.
All the legal forms and instructions for evicting a tenant in California, including how to prepare a 3-, 30-, 60-, or 90-day notice, file an unlawful detainer in court, respond to a tenant’s defenses and claims, and collect unpaid rent after winning in court.