Forms Eviction Notices F69 – F79 AACSC

Categories: Laws & Regulations, Rental Forms for Landlords

Provided by Apartment Association California Southern Cities


H. EVICTION NOTICES – These forms are pre-eviction notices. An unlawful detainer action may be initiated after any notice expires and the Resident fails to comply.

F69 – Resident Payment Proposal: (new 9/16)

If Resident falls behind on their financial commitment (i.e., late rents, other fees, etc.) this form is an important agreement between the Resident and the Property manager – prior to filing the eviction. It confirms that there are no pending maintenance issues (i.e., describes the reason for not paying rent).

F70 – 3-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit: (rev. 1/20)

If Resident fails to pay rent when due, the Landlord may, on the following day, serve notice to request the rent be paid or the Resident vacate. Notice may only contain past due rent; no other charges may be included. After notice expires and Resident does not comply, Landlord may initiate an Unlawful Detainer action (Eviction) without serving any other notice.

[California Code of Civil Procedure section 1162]

[California Code of Civil Procedure section 1161(2)] [California Civil Code section 1785.26(c)(2)]

F70A – 3-Day Notice of Violation of Material Term of Lease or Rental Agreement – With Opportunity to Cure (Properties Subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2 (rev. 1/20)

Effective January 1, 2020 California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2 will impose rent caps on most residential rental properties in California as well as “just cause” eviction requirements. This notice is served on a resident who is in violation of one or more of the terms of the rental agreement and notifies the tenant that the violation must be cured within 3 days or the property surrendered. A breach of a material terms of the lease is an allowed reason for termination.

F70B – 3-Day Notice to Perform Conditions and/or Covenants or Quit (City of Long Beach COVID-19 Response): (new 4/20)

Includes language from City of Long Beach Regarding tenant households that cannot pay rent due to a loss of income or medical expenses resulting from COVID-19. If Resident fails to pay rent when due, the Landlord may, on the following day, serve notice to request the rent be paid or the Resident vacate. Notice may only contain past due rent; no other charges may be included. After notice expires and Resident does not comply, Landlord may initiate an Unlawful Detainer action (Eviction) without serving any other notice.[California Code of Civil Procedure section 1162]

[California Code of Civil Procedure section 1161(2)] [California Civil Code section 1785.26(c)(2)]

F71 – 3-Day Notice to Perform Conditions and/or Covenants or Quit: (rev. 9/16)

If Resident fails to comply with terms of the Rental Agreement, the Landlord may serve notice to request Resident comply or vacate the unit. After notice expires and Resident does not comply, Landlord may initiate an unlawful Detainer Action (Eviction) without serving any other notice.

[California Code of Civil Procedure section 1161(3)] [California Code of Civil Procedure section 1162]

F71A – 3-Day Notice of Violation of Material Terms of Lease or Rental Agreement – With Opportunity to Cure for MONETARY BREACH (Properties Subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2 (rev. 1/20)

Effective January 1, 2020 California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2 will impose rent caps on most residential rental properties in California as well as “just cause” eviction requirements. This notice is served when a Resident has failed to pay amounts other than rent is violation of a rental or lease agreement. This notice informs the resident that the amount(s) must be paid within 3 days or the property surrendered. A breach of a material term of the rental agreement or lease is an allowed reason for termination.

F71B – 3-Day Notice to Perform – Denial of Access (Properties Subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2 (rev. 1/20)

Effective January 1, 2020 California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2 will impose rent caps on most residential rental properties in California as well as “just cause” eviction requirements. This form is served to a resident who is refusing to allow the owner to enter the residential real property as authorized by law. This notice informs the residents that they must either cure the violation within three days. The tenant’s refusal to allow the owner to enter the residential real property as authorized by law is an allowed reason for termination.

F72 – 3-Day Notice to Quit: (rev. 9/16)

To be used only in the event of gross negligence or non-curable defaults of the Rental Agreement. Usually used when there is criminal activity of some sort. Be cautious when using this notice, as the Courts carefully scrutinize. It is suggested that you seek advice of an attorney before using.

[California Code of Civil Procedure section 1161(4)] [California Code of Civil Procedure section 1162]

F72A– 3-Day Notice to Quit Without Opportunity to Cure – Termination for Breach of Covenants (Properties Subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2): (rev. 1/20)

Effective January 1, 2020 California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2 will impose rent caps on most residential rental properties in California as well as “just cause” eviction requirements. If your property is subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2 this form must be served after the resident has failed to comply with a prior three day notice to cure for a just cause that is a curable lease violation.

F73 – Notice to Terminate Tenancy: (rev. 9/16)

To be used only with month-to-month tenancy when Landlord wishes to terminate the tenancy. Generally, no reason or cause is required unless resident is under Rent Control or Sec. 8. If Resident fails to comply after notice period, Landlord may initiate an Unlawful Detainer action (Eviction) without Serving any other notice.

[California Civil Code section 1946] [California Civil Code section 1785.26(c)(2)] [California Code of Civil Procedure section 1162]

F73A – Notice to Terminate Tenancy – Sale of Property: (rev. 9/16)

To be used only with month-to-month tenancy when Landlord wishes to terminate the tenancy due to sale of property.

[California Civil Code section 1946.1(d)] [California Civil Code section 1785.26(c)(2)] [California Code of Civil Procedure section 1162]

F73B – Notice of Termination – Substantial Remodeling (Properties Subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2): (rev. 1/20)

For rental properties subject to Properties Subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2, use this notice to inform residents of landlords intent to substantially remodel the property cannot be reasonable accomplished in a safe manner with the tenant in place and requires tenant to vacate for at least 30-days. This notice will terminate tenancy at the expiration of at least sixty days.

F73C – Notice of Termination – Owner Intent to Occupy (Properties Subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2): (rev. 1/20)

Effective January 1, 2020 California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2 will impose rent caps on most residential rental properties in California as well as “just cause” eviction requirements. This notice is served to allow the Landlord to regain possession from a Resident who is on a month-to-month tenancy or when a fixed term lease expires if it is the owner’s intent to occupy the unit, including the owner’s spouse, domestic partner, children, grandchildren, parents, or grandparents, as authorized by California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2.

F73D – Notice of Termination – Owner Intent to Occupy (Properties Subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2): (rev. 10/20)

On August 31, 2020, the California Legislature passed AB3088, which provides specific protections to renters who are unable to pay rent for one or more months between March 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021. Landlords/Agents must serve form F53C, AB3088 Informational Notice, prior to or concurrently with this 15-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit for the period between March 1, 2020 Through August 31, 2020.

F73E – Notice of Termination – Owner Intent to Occupy (Properties Subject to California Civil Code §1947.12 and §1946.2): (rev. 10/20)

On August 31, 2020, the California Legislature passed AB3088, which provides specific protections to renters who are unable to pay rent for one or more months between March 1, 2020 and January 31, 2021. Landlords/Agents must serve form F53C, AB3088 Informational Notice, prior to or concurrently with this 15-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Quit for the period between September 1, 2020 Through January 31, 2021.

F74 – Resident’s 30-Day Notice to Vacate: (rev. 9/16)

Resident’s notice to Landlord indicating that they will be terminating the rental agreement and vacating the premises. Effective 30 days after receipt by Landlord.

[California Civil Code section 1946]

F75 – Acknowledgment of Resident’s Notice to Vacate: (rev. 9/16)

Use upon receipt of Resident’s notice to terminate, either verbal or written, in order to comply with requirement to notify the Resident, in writing, of their right to request a pre-move out inspection and a method to contact you to set up a time and date for the inspection.

F76 – Extension to Notice to Terminate Tenancy: (rev. 9/16)

To be used when Landlord has agreed to an extension of an existing Notice to Terminate. Only valid if all Residents and Landlord sign the extension.

[California Civil Code section 1946]

F77 – Instructions for Pre-Move Out Inspection: (rev. 9/16)

Instructions on the legal procedures for notifying and conducting a pre-move out inspection.

F78 – Confirmation of Pre-Move Out Inspection: (rev. 9/16)

If vacating Resident requests a Pre-Move Out Inspection, at least 48 hours prior to inspection, you must notify the Resident, in writing, of the time and date set for the inspection.

F79 – Pre-Move Out Inspection Checklist: (rev. 9/16)

At the time of the inspection, Landlord must give the Resident an itemized statement of repairs that could result in deduction from their deposit, with the intent that the Resident could make the repairs and avoid deductions from their deposit. You must make 2 copies; the Landlord must either hand a copy to the Resident or leave a copy in the premises at the time of the inspection.

[California Civil Code 1950.5(b)(1)(2)(3)]

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