Free California 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit Form - PDF Form Download
California 3 Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit Form
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This is a Three day rent notice form that is issued to a tenant by his/her landlord when he hasn’t paid the rent to the Landlord and the Landlord wants to evict the tenant by giving him a 3 day notice to either pay the rent or to quit the lease and vacate the premises. If the rent isn’t paid by the end of the third day by the tenant then the Landlord has the power to file an eviction lawsuit on the Tenant and evict him. This form is only applicable in the State of California in the United States of America.
You need to fill in the details in the form like the name of the Tenants who are in possession of the Premises under Lease, the Address of the Premises. Then the amount of rent due has to be mentioned along with the duration for which the rent hasn’t been paid.
Then the name of the Landlord to whom the Rent is due, and if the Landlord isn’t available then the name of the person to whom the rent has to be paid in the absence of the landlord and the address of the person mentioned above.
Secondly the warning is mentioned where if the rent isn’t paid in three days from the date of receipt of this notice, then the Landlord can and will file a lawsuit for the eviction of the Tenant.
Download the form and use it to serve a notice of three days to your tenant if they haven’t paid their rent. The the 3 day rent notice form also acts as a proof or as a quit notice that the Landlord has provided to the tenant. This Form is also known as “3 day rent notice” or the “pay rent or quit notice”.
“MY I SUGGEST THE FOLLOWING;\r\nUNDER LANDLORD / AGENTS SIGNATURE REPLACE WHAT YOU HAVE AND STATE THIS\r\n*As required by law, you are hereby notified that a negative credit report reflecting on your credit record may be submitted to a\r\ncredit reporting agency if you fail to fulfill the terms of your credit obligations.\\\" CC1785.26(c) (2).\r\nSec. 594 of the Penal Code of California\r\n\\\"Every person who maliciously injures, or destroys any real property not his own . . . is guilty of vandalism.\\\" (A Felony or Misdemeanor)\r\nTHIS ACCOMPLISHES 3 THINGS\r\n1. COMMUNICATES STRENGTH\r\n2. SEVERITY OF NON PAYMENT EFFECTING CREDIT, WHICH IN TODAYS WORLD EFFECTS EMPLOYMENT\r\n3. REFERENCE TO SEC, 594 PENAL CODE MAKES THEM AWARE THAT IF THE TENANT TAKES THIS ACTION THEY CAN BE PROSECUTED CRIMINALY. SO IT MAY WORK PREVENTITIVELY.\r\nALSO I HAVE BEEN THINKING OF ADDING SOMETHING TO THIS EFFECT;\r\nAS PER YOUR RENTAL AGREEMENT ALL COST\\\'S ASSOCIATED WITH EITHER A COURT ACTION OR COLLECTION WILL BE BORN BY THE TENANT.\r\nI DO LIKE YOUR FORM SPECIFICLY THE SECTION OF PAYMENT DIRECTLY TO A BANK, WHICH I AGAIN ADDED \\\" OR ANY XYZ BANK BRANCH \\\"\r\nI AM SORRY , BUT I DO NOT AGREE WITH THE VERBAGE YOU HAVE UNDER LANDLORDS SIGNATURE, IT ALLOWS A TENANT TO THINK THAT THE LANDLORD WILL JUST KEEP THEIR BELONGINGS, WHICH THE LANDLORD IS ONLY OBLIGATED TO KEEP IF THE VALUE IS OVER $300, AND THAT VALUE IS ARBITRARYLY DECIDED BY THE LANDLORD WITH COMMON SENCE.”
“This is the only form I've been able to find online that also includes important details about abandoned personal property as per California state law. It would help if you also inserted language about negative credit reporting as also required by state law.”