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
1 Answer from Attorneys
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.