In California, once a tenant is in default of payment of rent under the lease agreement, the landlord can give the tenant a three-day notice. The notice informs the tenant that if rent is not paid within three days of receiving the notice, then the landlord will begin eviction, or unlawful detainer, proceedings. In the alternative, the tenant is required to vacate the premises.
Three-Day Notice to Pay Rent or Vacate – California
This three-day notice to pay rent or vacate informs California tenants that they are late on their rent and have three days to pay or be evicted. The required proof of service under California law is included. Do NOT use in a state other than California.
Available in MS Word. 2 pages.