Types of Eviction Notices 

California law requires the landlord to serve an eviction notice before pursuing court action. Eviction notices vary by time and conditions, and knowing which kind to serve should be left to the legal professionals. The following are the different types of eviction notices you can serve: 

  • 15-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit (COVID-19) 
    • The rental debt was accrued between March 1, 2020 and September 30, 2021
    • You must also fill out a blank "COVID-19 Related Financial Distress Declaration" 
  • 30-Day and 60-Day Notice to Pay or Quit 
    • Must be a month-to-month tenancy
    • 30-Day Notice if the tenant has lived there less than 12 months 
    • 60-Day Notice if the tenant occupied the subject property for more than 1 year 
  • 3-Day Notice to Perform Covenants or Quit 
    • Used if tenant violated the lease but the problem can be fixed 
    • Examples include having a pet without permission or not keeping the unit clean 
  • 3-Day Notice to Quit 
    • If the "covenants" are not performed, then the landlord is within their rights to issue this notice 

*Each Notice has its own requirements, including but are not limited to the summarized.* 

Contact Us 

Our attorneys have served countless eviction notices all over the San Gabriel Valley and beyond. Each eviction case is unique and it takes a skilled and well-versed attorney to properly execute an eviction notice. Call us at (626) 228-0638 for more information and see if we can help you serve an eviction notice today! 

**The information provided on this post does not, and is not intended to, constitute legal advice; rather, all information, content, and material on this post are for informational purposes only.**