Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in California

I turned in a 30 day notice to my landlord after I accepted a new job offer. I became very ill because of carbon dioxide leak in my apartment. The job offer was resinded. I can not afford to move now. My landlord has filed eviction paperwork is there anything I can do to stop the evection?

Asked on 10/22/13, 4:27 pm

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Brian Rosales Harris, Rosales & harris
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A 30-day notice cannot be withdrawn unilaterally. The landlord must agree to continue the tenancy beyond the 30-days given in your notice. You can try to settle with your landlord by agreeing to vacate by a particular date and offer to pay the rent through a proposed vacate date. Landlord may want his costs and attorney fees to be paid but that is negotiable. You should obtain specific advice from an attorney.

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