The Los Angeles Rent Stabilization Ordinance allows a landlord to evict a tenant for a material breach of the lease or rental agreement. This means that the breach must be important. Depending on whether or not the breach can be fixed, or cured, a landlord can serve a 3 Day Notice to Perform or Quit or a Three Day Notice to Quit.

Under Los Angeles’ rent control, a landlord must include dates of a violation and witnesses to the violation. The Notice may be defective if the Landlord does not include the dates of violation and witnesses, so it is important to include this information. This detail is important because many form notices provided online do not have space to include witnesses and a date of violation.

Marinaccio Law assists landlords in drafting notices to tenants. Please contact Attorney Anthony Marinaccio at 818-839-5220 for more information.