Notice to Tenant I am in default on my lease payment for rental property.

Notice to Tenant
I am in default on my lease payment for rental property. Because this is a lease, not a month to month tenancy, does my landlord only have to give me a 3 day notice to pay rent or quit? Is a 30 day notice to vacate also required? I was laid off from my job of 3 years. I have been a model tenant..prior to this point. I just received an unlawful detainer-eviction summons.

Thank-you

2 thoughts on “Notice to Tenant I am in default on my lease payment for rental property.

  1. Re: Notice to Tenant
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  2. Re: Notice to Tenant
    There is no 30 day notice required when the reason for eviction is non-payment of rent. You should try to negotiate with the landloard, but unless there are serious problems with the building, they are within their rights.

    Ken Koenen
    Koenen & Tokunaga, P.C.
    5776 Stoneridge Mall Rd., Suite 350
    Pleasanton, CA 94588

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