Free California 60 Day Eviction Notice Agreement - PDF Form Download
You as a landlord may terminate an ongoing rental lease agreement with the tenant and evict them from the rented premises, you can do that by using the following notice. The following notice is a 60 day election form, and you can use this notice will give the attendance of 30 day or a 60 day notice to either pay the rent or evict the premises.
This form can only be used in the state of California.
In this election notice you will need to fill in the details of the tenant was staying at the said premises and any other person who are in possession of the tenancy of the property. This notice states that according to the California Civil Code section 1946, the tenants of the said premises are required to quit and give up the possession of the property to the landlord.
It is also stated that if the tenants do not give up the possession of the property of the landlord within the said 60 days. The landlord can institute legal proceedings against them for unlawful detaining of the property against the landlord’s wishes. The landlord can then take possession of said premises and declared that he is a rental agreement fortified and can recover damages for the unlawful detention of said premises from the tenants.
You are given options to fill in the details of the tenant, the landlord, the address of the property that is in question. In a detailed set of instructions is provided by the state of California to the tenants as to the procedure of giving up the possession of the property the landlord.
Text Version of this Form
SIXTY DAY NOTICE TO QUIT
AND ALL OTHERS IN POSSESSION:
YOU ARE HEREBY NOTIFIED that pursuant California Civil Code Section 1946, the tenancy from month to month under which you hold the possession of the hereinafter described premises is terminated SIXTY (60) days after service on you of this notice.
YOU ARE FURTHER REQUIRED to quit and deliver up the possession of the hereinafter described premises to the Landlord/Agent who is authorized to receive possession of the same on or before the expiration of said SIXTY (60) days period.
YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that it is the purpose and intent of this Notice to terminate said tenancy at the expiration of said SIXTY (60) day period, and that if at the expiration of said period you fail to quit said premises and deliver up possession of the same, legal proceedings will be instituted for an unlawful detainer against you to recover possession of said premises, to declare said lease or rental agreement forfeited and to recover damages for the unlawful detention of said premises.
The premises are located at:
“State law permits former tenants to reclaim abandoned personal property left at the former address of the tenant, subject to certain conditions. You may or may not be able to reclaim property without incurring additional costs, depending on the cost of storing the property and the length of time before it is reclaimed. In general, these costs will be lower the sooner you contact your former landlord after being notified that property belonging to you was left behind after you moved out.”