Tenants often have to deal with eviction notices. A landlord is required to provide its tenant with a written notice to quit before it has the right to file an unlawful detainer lawsuit in court.
3-day notices are given for a variety of reasons. Depending on the specific reason chosen by the landlord, the notice may be referred to:
- 3-Day Notice to Quit
- 3-Day Notice to Pay or Quit
- 3-Day Notice to Perform Covenants or Quit
Additionally, there are other types of notices a landlord may serve on a tenant, including but not limited to the following:
- 30-Day Notice to Quit
- 60-Day Notice to Quit
- 90-Day Notice to Quit
All of these notices have specific requirements that the landlord must adhere to for them to be valid. If you are served with one of these notices, you must contact an attorney quickly to confirm that the notice is valid and how to respond.
The eviction process can be difficult and has many complicated and time-sensitive rules and deadlines. Our knowledgeable attorneys can help you navigate this stressful process and defend you while fighting for your right to remain in your home.
If you’ve received an eviction notice, don’t wait. Contact an LA Tenant Lawyer right away about your response.