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One of the most difficult things to deal with as a landlord is evicting a tenant. As a property owner, it’s important to know when to send a Notice of Termination and what to expect after an unlawful detainer suit. We strive to make this process as simple as possible for you. Get your free consultation today


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When to send a tenant an eviction notice for termination

In general, there are three types of termination notices that landlords can send to tenants. They include:

Cure or Quit Notices: Notices sent when a tenant has violated terms of the rental agreement. It gives them a certain amount of time to remedy the violations or move out.

Pay Rent or Quit Notices: A notice that requires tenants to pay overdue rent typically within 3 - 5 days or move out.ce to pay back rent or remedy violations

Unconditional Quit Notices: This is an order that mandates the tenant to move out of the property with no chance to pay back rent or remedy violations.

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We cover all of Southern California and have affiliates across the country.

Will all California Courts accept fax filings?

Yes. California Courts accepts fax filings as long as they conform to their court rules, with the exception of court appeals and criminal court filings.

Will all Federal Courts accept fax filings?

Most Federal California Courts accept fax filings as long as they conform to their court rules, except where courts require attorneys direct e-filing.

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