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Why do former homeowners have to be served with 3 day notice to quit (is there a code for that?) most of the laws pertaining to "quits " seem "Landlord v. Tenant" plz help me understand.
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The best answer to this question is, "Because the law says so." See CCP §1161a(b)(3). Yes, this is a landlord/tenant question.
Hi, just read your reply. Thank you for taking the tme to answer. I just read that code in detail...there is no language pertaining to former homeowner's.
Yes, it is enumerated in the California Code of Civil Procedure.
Hi, just read your response to my question as well. I just read that code that Mr. Easlick sited. Please explain how this pertains to former homeowners?
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