My friend has been living in a San Clemente building. The building has a Gym on the basement. There are no rules, people start working with weights at 6:00 am or earlier. He is on the first floor and wakes up by the noise people do. Complaining to management for more than a year. NOTHING.! He pays rent on time. The building is falling apart, always licks everywhere, there is a hole in his living room. The building was sold and then he received a letter from the new owners attorneys saying that they are not going to renew his lease and gave him 30 notice. If he can't find a new place they will evict him. Is this possible..?
Since your friend has been there for more than a year, the owner must give him 60 days written notice. The notice period begins on the date of service; any previous notice he received is not valid. Have him call a landlord-tenant attorney to discuss the details and get an overview of his rights and responsibilities.
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