As we've discussed in earlier "Eviction Series" blogs, there
are very specific steps which must be followed when evicting a tenant.
Failing to follow the proper guidelines can result in a time-consuming
legal headache, which is why it's critical to consult with a skilled
Rancho Cucamonga eviction lawyer.
How to Serve An Eviction Notice in California
Whether you are giving your tenant a 3-day, 30-day, or 60-day notice, you
must properly “serve” your notice in order for it to be effective.
There are three ways to serve your notice in Rancho Cucamonga:
Personal Service: You or someone over the age of 18 can give the notice directly to the tenant
Substituted Service: If the tenant is not home, you may leave the notice with a member of the
household that is at least 18 years old. In addition, make sure to mail
a copy of the notice to the tenant at the property.
Posting & Mailing: You can tape or nail the notice in a easily visible area if no one is home
to receive the notice. Be sure to also send a copy of the notice through the mail.
Figuring out which kind of notice to give can be daunting.
Contact Atlantis Law today for a quick and hassle free eviction.