Legal Question in Landlord & Tenant Law in California
In California to serve a tenant who lives in a multiple unit complex a 30 day no fault eviction notice does California law require that I include a units number or letter in the notice to identify the specific unit in addition to the apartment address. It is a no rent control county
Asked on 9/05/14, 9:43 pm
1 Answer from Attorneys
Robert F. Cohen Law Office of Robert F. Cohen
It's best to be as specific as possible so that, when time for eviction arises, the Sheriff's deputies will know exactly where they are going. Because it's a multiple-unit building, you should specify the apartment number. Also, remember that if the tenant has lived there for more than one year, you might have to serve a 60-day notice.
Answered on 9/07/14, 4:49 pm