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Can I evict my tenants for nonpayment of rent?

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According to the Landlord and Tenant Board in the state of California, if a tenant does not pay rent or fails to pay on time, the landlord may serve the tenant a notice to pay the rent they owe or to move out of the unit and eventually apply to the Tenant Board to evict the tenant. when the landlord and tenant agree to enter into a rental agreement, both parties will agree on when the rent is due, the amount of rent each month and how the rent will be paid.

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When the landlord makes a request to the tenant to move out of the apartment or rental property, the request must be made in writing. The notice must tell the tenant how much rent is still owed, the date the landlord wants the tenant to pay the overdue amount and the date the landlord can apply to evict.

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