30/60 Day Notice of Termination of Tenancy
California Civil Code § 1946 and 1946.1
Form 430 © 2015 rev.11/15
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and All Unnamed Occupants.
Leased Premises: Unit #:
City: State: Zip:
This NOTICE is intended as legal notice for terminating your tenancy in accordance with California Civil Code Section 1946 and
1946.1. [Check applicable box]
□THIRTY (30) DAY □SIXTY (60) DAY
Your tenancy of the premises is terminated. You are hereby required to quit and surrender possession of the premises to Owner/Agent
effective at the end of the ___________-day period after service on you of this notice, or ________________, 20______, whichever is
If you fail to quit and deliver possession, legal proceedings will be instituted against you to obtain possession and such proceedings could
result in a judgment against you, which may include attorney’s fees and court costs as allowed by law. If the Court determines that you
have maliciously withheld the payment of rent, it may award an additional punitive award of six hundred dollars ($600) in accordance
with California Civil Code Procedure Section 1174(b). This legal action will also result in forfeiture of the rental agreement. This Notice
of Termination does not relieve you of responsibility for payment of any financial obligations under the lease until the actual date of
termination of tenancy. The security deposit may not be used by residents to pay for the last month’s rent.
State law permits former tenants to reclaim abandoned personal property left at the former address of the tenant, subject to certain conditions.
You may or may not be able to reclaim property without incurring additional costs, depending on the cost of storing the property and the
length of time before it is reclaimed. In general, these costs will be lower the sooner you contact your former landlord after being notified
that property belonging to you was left behind after you moved out.
In the event your tenancy terminates pursuant to this Notice, you have the right to request an initial inspection of your unit and to be present
during that inspection, which shall occur no earlier than two weeks before the termination of the tenancy and during normal business hours.
At this initial inspection, the Owner/Agent will provide an itemized statement specifying repairs or cleaning that are proposed to be the
basis for the deductions from the security deposit. This may not be a final accounting of deductions from the security deposit. If you choose
to do the pre move-out inspection, contact the Owner/Agent to schedule the inspection at (_____) ______-_________.
This Notice may be executed in counterparts and facsimile copies of same shall be admissible for all purposes and shall be deemed an