TENANTS LEGAL CENTER
SOME HIGHLIGHTS OF THE FOLLOWING NEW LAWS FOR 2007
60 DAY NOTICE LAW REENACTED
-Civil Code section1946.1 provides that in residential periodic tenancies (usually month to month) of at least one year by any one of the tenants or residents landlords must serve a 60 day notice to terminate the tenancy.
-Tenants still need only give a notice to terminate their tenancy as long as the period of the tenancy (i.e. 30 days in a month to month, 7 days in a week to week tenancy etc.).
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