California 60 day notice to vacate ezlandlordforms 60 notice to vacate template example, No landlord wants to have to evict a tenant but sometimes it is necessary, whether because of issues with the tenant, non-payment of rent, damage to the property or just because you would like to renovate or have to sell the house there comes a time when you will need a free eviction notice. For many landlords they don’t maintain these forms available, because evictions happen so infrequently and for landlords with just a few properties maybe never up until today, most landlords don’t keep a copy of the note on hand.
You should have somewhere to put the tenants names, the rental properly address as well as a description of the house if it’s appropriate, the main reason for the eviction and the time the eviction will happen. There should also be an area that you sign and date the notice. Some countries may require the notice to be notarized. If you have followed all of the laws for your state, then in the event the tenant does not comply with the notice you will be able to take him to court because this eviction notice is regarded as a legal binding and record.
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